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The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 



Sixty-Second 

Annual Report 

for the Year 

1969 



This Report is published pursuant to The Power Commission Act, 
Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, Chapter 300, Section 10. 



620 University Ave. Toronto, Canada 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



George E. Gathercole, ll.d. 
Chairman 



Robert J. Boyer, m.p.p. 
1st V ice-Chairman 



Ian F. Mcrae, d.sc. 
2nd Vice-Chair man 



Lt.-Col. A. A. Kennedy, d.s.o., e.d. 
Commissioner 

Dr. J. D. Fleming 
Commissioner 



E. B. Easson 
Secretary 



J. M. Hambley, d.eng., d.sc. 
General Manager 



H. A. Smith, m.b.e. 
Chief Engineer 



E. H. Banks 

Assistant General Manager 
Finance 



D. J. Gordon 

Assistant General Manager 

Marketing 



H. J. SlSSONS, M.B.E. 

Assistant General Manager 
Services 



O. S. Russell 

Assistant General Manager 
Personnel 



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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Toronto, Ontario, April 6, 1970 

The Honourable W. Ross MacDONALD, p.c., c.d., q.c, ll.d. 
Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 

Sir: 

I take pleasure in presenting on behalf of The Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion of Ontario its 62nd Annual Report, for the year ending December 31, 1969. 



The past decade saw remarkable change and progress, and 1969, as the 
concluding year in that decade, had its measure of achievement and problems. 
The Commission brought into service the two largest generating units ever 
installed in Canada and made excellent progress generally in the construction 
program, bringing a total of 1.2 million kilowatts of new capacity on line. On the 
other hand, difficulties with prototype equipment, mounting concern over environ- 
mental conditions, problems arising from strike action, as well as the pressures 
of inflationary costs, all combined to create challenges that will accompany us into 
the decade of the 70's. 



For the first time, primary peak requirements exceeded the 10-million mark, 
reaching a combined peak of 10,555,400 kilowatts in the East and West Systems 
during the week beginning December 22. The 5.6 per cent increase in annual 
peak demand was somewhat below the average in recent years, reflecting in 
part the failure of some large industrial users to recover from labour disputes. 
Despite a slow start and ending, however, the decade of the 60's maintained an 
over-all rate of growth in power demands of 7.1 per cent. 

To keep pace with the continuing growth in customer requirements, and to 
expand the margin of our power reserves, we brought well over a million kilowatts 
of new capacity into service for the second consecutive year. The major part was 
contributed by two 500,000-kilowatt thermal units at Lambton Generating Station, 
near Sarnia, which was officially opened by the Prime Minister, The Honourable 
John P. Robarts, in November. The remainder was hydro-electric capacity at 
Aubrey Falls Generating Station on the Mississagi River north-east of Sault Ste. 
Marie, and an extension of Stewartville Generating Station on the Madawaska 
River in eastern Ontario. 

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To meet prospective load growth in the 70's, the Commission recently decided 
to double the capacity of Nanticoke Generating Station, bringing the total of new 
generating capacity now under construction or planned to more than 13 million 
kilowatts. The five large thermal-electric stations, Lambton, Nanticoke, Pickering, 
Bruce, and Lennox, will provide the bulk of these new resources. More than half of 
the total is conventional thermal, and most of the remainder nuclear. The 2.3- 
million-kilowatt Lennox station, west of Kingston, is to be Ontario Hydro's first 
oil-fired power plant. 

A program of this magnitude will have a significant effect on Ontario's eco- 
nomic and social environment. It means millions of dollars for supplies and equip- 
ment, and thousands of new jobs. The provision of vital electric power to accom- 
modate Ontario's growing economy is our commitment to the future of Ontario. 

Much of Ontario Hydro's new capacity is in prototype equipment. The un- 
certainties and challenges to technical innovation which this implies are further 
compounded by greatly increased public pressure for the maintenance and im- 
provement of the environment. A growing resistance seems to be developing 
against the acquisition of property for the expansion of Ontario's electric power 
system — for generating stations, transmission lines, and associated installations. 
The Commission works closely with municipal planning boards and interested 
government departments in an effort to ensure that the best interests of the com- 
munity at large are adequately served in this regard. 

The judicious resolution of these environmental concerns is a goal towards 
which the Commission is devoting considerable financial and staff resources. In 
the application of equipment for air quality control and research, Ontario Hydro 
is already a leader among power utilities. More than $42 million have been invested 
in anti-pollution techniques at major thermal stations. A budget of $1.5 million was | 
established in 1969 for research into better methods of dealing with stack emis- 
sions, and upwards of $200,000 a year is being spent on investigations into water 
resources. Additional research is directed toward the more effective use of land 
and equipment in service corridors for the transmission of energy. While these 
measures will all undoubtedly add to the cost of power, they are the price that 
Ontario Hydro, and ultimately its customers, must pay if the quality of our 
environment is to be preserved. 

Pressure on electrical rates is exerted by a number of factors, including higher 
prices for labor, material, and equipment. Unusually high interest rates on borrowed 
money are being reflected in the sharp rise in the capital cost of new plants placed 
in service. The achievement of the Federal Government's goal to abate inflation 
would substantially cushion the impact of these rising costs, but this will not be 
easy. We need adequate capital and we need it at reasonable rates of interest. 
The Commission is exercising every restraint to achieve maximum savings in the 
construction program itself. We have a responsibility to provide electric power as 
our customers require it. We seek to meet that responsibility at the lowest possible 
cost consistent with reliable service and sound financial administration. 



There is no reason to suppose that the growth of electrical requirements in the 
future will fall short of the long-term trend over the past fifty years. The com- 
plexity of the prevailing technical, social, and financial environment, however, 
makes it almost impossible to gauge precisely the relationship between growth 
in the demand for power and the expansion of resources for its supply so that 
these may be kept in continuous balance. A slow-down in economic activity would, 
of course, lower the growth in electric power demands, but our economy is oriented 
to the increasing use of electricity in industry and commerce, on the farm, and in 
the home. The long-term trend is therefore undoubtedly up. We have good reason 
to encourage that trend since an extension of the use of electricity can be a notable 
factor in the abatement of air pollution. 

The heavy capital expenditures called for by the construction program over 
the next ten years will make unprecedented demands on our sources of funds. 
The maintenance of a stable and viable financial position is an important base 
on which the success of our efforts to obtain this money ultimately depends. With 
this in mind, we must strengthen our rate stabilization and other reserves in rela- 
tion to our expanding operations and obligations. 



It should be emphasized that the purpose of our rate stabilization reserve is to 
smooth out pronounced fluctuations in the cost of power from year to year. It is 
not used to offset long-term trends. If it were used to meet the large increases in 
cost that have been normal in recent years and are expected to continue in the 
immediate future, it would soon be exhausted. Among the contingencies for which 
it was established are an economic recession, failure of the consumption of electric 
energy to match the forecast demand and the associated provision of capacity, 
exchange devaluation which would increase the payments on United States held 
debt, a major breakdown in equipment, and extraordinary costs incurred in bringing 
new prototype equipment into service. All these and other contingencies could 
make heavy demands on the rate stabilization reserve, and as our assets and 
obligations grow, our financial reserves must be increased if they are to meet the 
needs for which they have been established. 

Through their respective Executives, the Ontario Municipal Electric Associa- 
tion and the Association of Municipal Electrical Utilities were kept fully informed 
on all broad aspects of our operations and the trend in power costs. Their under- 
, standing and co-operation on important issues affecting our combined enterprise 
are greatly appreciated. I should like to express thanks to all members of the 
Ontario Hydro organization. Despite difficulties, which included a rotating strike 
in February and March, all power requirements were met and notable progress 
was made in the development of new facilities. 

I renew my expression of thanks and appreciation to my fellow Commissioners 
and other members of executive and management. 

Respectfully submitted, 



George E. Gathercole 
Chairman 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Letter of Transmittal - - . - - - 

List of Tables, Charts, and Diagrams 

FOREWORD - 

Ten-year Statistical Summary 

Guide to the Report - 

I OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS - 

Thermal-electric Operations 

Protection, Control, and Communications 

Maintenance - 

Forestry 

Supply _.... 

II FINANCE -----.---.-.. 

Statement of Operations - 

Balance Sheet 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 
Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges - 

Source and Application of Funds - - 

Notes to Financial Statements -------- 

III MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 

The Marketing Program 

Municipalities 

Direct Customers 

Rural Electrical Service --------- 

Services to Customers --------- 

IV PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION - ... 32 

Progress on Power Developments 33 

Transformer Stations and Transmission Lines 34 

V RESEARCH AND TESTING ACTIVITIES 36 

VI STAFF RELATIONS 37 

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Contents vii 

APPENDIX I— OPERATIONS 43 

The Commission's Power Resources 44 

Power and Energy Resources and Requirements ... - 46 

Analysis of Energy Sales ......... 48 

Mileage of Transmission Lines and Circuits 50 

APPENDIX II— FINANCIAL 51 

Schedules Supporting the Balance Sheet - 52 

Allocation of the Cost of Power to Municipalities 58 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities through Debt Retirement 

Charges - 78 

APPENDIX III— RURAL - 86 

Rates and Typical Bills --------- 88 

Miles of Line and Number of Customers 89 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 1960-1969 - 93 

SUPPLEMENT— MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE ----- 95 

Financial Statements of the Municipal Electrical Utilities - - 102 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 152 

INDEX ------- - 178 



TABLES, CHARTS, AND DIAGRAMS 

FOREWORD 

Total Power Resources and Energy Production .... 3 

I OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

Primary Energy Demand, Seasonally Adjusted .... 

Power Demands and Resources 

East System 9 

West System 10 

II FINANCE 

Fixed Assets, Capital, and Long-term Liabilities - - - • 17 

III MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 

Ultimate Customers Served 26 

Primary Loads — Power and Energy 

Municipalities 28 

Direct Industrial Customers -------- 29 

Miles of Line and Number of Customers — Rural ... 30 

IV PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 

Power Development Program 34 

Expenditures on Capital Construction 1960-1969 ... - 35 

V STAFF RELATIONS 

Pension and Insurance Fund Assets 41 

APPENDIX III— RURAL 

Sketch Map of Regions and Areas ------ facing page 88 

SUPPLEMENT— MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

Revenue, Consumption, Number of Customers 1960-1969 - - - 96 

Annual Energy Consumption and Average Cost per 

Kilowatt-hour - 97 

Fixed Assets and Long-term Debt 

Revenue 99 



SIXTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT 
OF 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



FOREWORD 

^piiie Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario is a corporate entity, a 
A self-sustaining public enterprise endowed with broad powers with respect to 
electricity supply throughout the Province of Ontario. Its authority is derived from 
an Act of the Provincial Legislature passed in 1906 to give effect to recommenda- 
tions of earlier advisory commissions that the water powers of Ontario should be 
conserved and developed for the benefit of the people of the Province. It now oper- 
ates under The Power Commission Act (7-Edward VII, c. 19) passed in 1907 as 
an amplification of the Act of 1906 and subsequently modified from time to time 
(Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1960, c. 300, as amended). The Commission may 
have from three to six members, all of whom are appointed by the Lieutenant- 
Governor in Council. Two Commissioners may be members of the Executive 
Council of the Province of Ontario. 

The Power Supply 

The Commission is primarily concerned with the provision of electric power by 
generation or purchase, and its delivery in bulk either for resale, chiefly by the 
more than 350 municipal electrical utilities which are co-operatively associated 
with the enterprise as a whole, or for use by certain direct customers, for the most 
part industrial. This primary aspect of operations accounts for about ninety per 



2 Foreword 

cent of the Commission's energy sales. The remaining sales are made to retail cus- 
tomers either in rural areas or in certain communities not served by municipal elec- 
trical utilities. Apart from this particular operation by the Commission, retail serv- 
ice throughout the province is generally provided by the associated municipal 
electrical utilities, which are owned and operated by local commissions functioning 
under the general supervision of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
as provided for in The Power Commission Act and The Public Utilities Act. Under 
this legislation, the Commission, in addition to supplying power, is required to ex- 
ercise certain regulatory functions with respect to the municipal utilities served. 

Power is provided through the facilities of two operating systems, known as the 
East and West Systems, which will be fully interconnected in 1970. Meanwhile, 
they are administered as a unit on behalf of the co-operating municipalities as well 
as other Commission customers. Power was transferred for the first time early in 
1969, chiefly from the East to the West System, over an interconnection provided 
in part by newly constructed Commission facilities and in part by the facilities of 
the Great Lakes Power Corporation. 

The East System comprises six regions — Western, Niagara, Central, Georgian 
Bay, Eastern, and Northeastern — while the West System comprises only the 
Northwestern Region. The dividing line between the two systems is roughly the 
boundary between the Thunder Bay District and the Districts of Algoma and 
Cochrane. The Commission maintains offices in seven suitably located cities for 
the purpose of providing local administration within the seven regions. 



Financial Features 

The basic principle governing the financial operations of the Commission and 
its associated municipal electrical utilities is that service is provided at cost. In the 
Commission's operations, cost of service includes payment for power purchased, 
charges for operation, maintenance, and administration, and related fixed charges. 
The fixed charges include interest, an allowance for depreciation, and a provision 
for debt retirement. Other substantial items of cost are the charges covering amor- 
tization of frequency standardization cost, and a provision to the reserve for stabili- 
zation of rates and contingencies. The municipal utilities operating under cost con- 
tracts with the Commission are billed throughout the year at interim rates based on 
estimates of the cost of service. At the end of the year, when the actual cost of 
service is established, the necessary balancing adjustments are made in their ac- 
counts. Retail rates for the municipal utilities are established at levels calculated to 
produce revenue adequate to meet cost. 

The enterprise from its inception has been self-sustaining. The Province, how- 
ever, guarantees the payment of principal and interest on all bonds and notes 
issued by the Commission and held by the public. In addition, the Province has 
materially assisted the development of agriculture under The Rural Hydro-Electric 
Distribution Act by contributing toward the capital cost of extending rural distri- 
bution facilities. 



Power Resources and Energy Production 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



TOTAL POWER RESOURCES AND ENERGY PRODUCTION 



DECEMBER DEPENDABLE PEAK CAPACITY 



B 



OF POWER PURCHASED 



OF COMMISSION STATIONS: 

thermal-electric 



hydro-electric 



" 




MILLION 
KILOWATTS 



ANNUAL ENERGY PRODUCTION 



I 



PURCHASED 
GENERATED: 

at thermal-electric stations 
at hydro-electric stations 



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_ 



1945 



T 

1950 



T 

1955 



1950 



T 1 

1965 



BILLION 
KILOWATT-HOURS 



Foreword 



Annual Summary 



More than 1.2 million kilowatts in new generating capacity were placed in 
service in 1969, the larger part of this total being in two of the four 500,000-kilo- 
watt units at Lambton Generating Station. These are the largest units installed in 
Canada. Aubrey Falls Generating Station, on the Mississagi River, and the exten- 
sion to Stewartville Generating Station, on the Madawaska River, were also placed 
in service during the year and contributed to the same total. The remaining con- 
struction program, which in addition to Lambton Generating Station comprised 
thermal-electric projects at Pickering, Nanticoke, and Bruce Generating Stations, 
and hydro-electric developments at Wells and Lower Notch Generating Stations, 
was extended in 1969 by the inclusion of Lennox Generating Station, west of 
Kingston in eastern Ontario. A revision in plan for the design of this station will 
make it the Commission's first oil-fired generating station. 

With the purpose of minimizing the effects of its operations on adjacent envi- 
ronments, the Commission, in common with other large power utilities on this con- 
tinent and elsewhere in the world, is devoting greater attention and increasing sums 
of money to the solution of environmental problems. 

Revenues from the sale of primary power and energy were $468.9 million in 
1969, exceeding those in 1968 by $54.0 million, or 13.0 per cent. The additional 
total of $7.0 million derived from the sale of secondary energy, like the $1.9 mil- 
lion similarly derived in 1968, was applied as an offset to the cost of primary 
power and energy. 



Statistical 



I960 



Dependable peak capacity, December thousand kw 6,526 

Primary power requirements, December thousand kw 5,746 

Annual energy generated and purchased million kwh 37,709 

Primary million kwh 32,717 

Secondary million kwh 4,992 

Annual energy sold by the Commission million kwh 34,317 

Annual revenue of the Commission (net after refunds) million $ 229 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 2,361 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 132 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 2,660 

Long-term liabilities and notes payable million $ 1,844 

Transmission line circuit miles 17,831 

Primary rural distribution line circuit miles 47,896 

Average number of employees in year 15,179 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilities 354 

Ultimate customers served by the Commission and municipal utilities thousands 1,881 



Statistical Summary 5 

GUIDE TO THE REPORT 

The format of the Report is considerably changed in this 1969 issue. Six sec- 
tions and three related appendices remain, giving supporting detail regarding Com- 
mission activities, some of which have been briefly recorded in the foregoing An- 
nual Summary. The text of these sections is largely reprinted from the Commis- 
sion's illustrated publication Ontario Hydro 1969, which was issued earlier in the 
year. Where necessary, firm figures in this Report replace statistics which were 
only preliminary in that publication. 

The Operations Section deals with the generation, purchase, and delivery of 

power, as well as other aspects of system operation such as weather conditions, 

maintenance, forestry, and the purchase of equipment and material. Supplementary 

tables are in Appendix I. Section II — Finance includes the Operating Statement, 

the Balance Sheet, and other statements of primary or special financial interest, 

while its related Appendix II presents supporting schedules and accounts, including 

the statements listing municipal equities accumulated through debt retirement 

charges, and the statement showing the allocation of the cost of primary power to 

the municipalities. Marketing and services to customers are the subjects of Section 

III, which is supplemented in Appendix III by statistical information on rural elec- 

' trical service. Engineering and construction of facilities for the generation, trans- 

■' mission, and delivery of power are dealt with in Section IV, and a brief summary is 

given in Section V on the progress of some of the tests and investigations being 

( carried out by the Commission's Research Division. Section VI deals with items of 

employee relations, training, and staff administration. 



Summary 1960-69 



1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


6,734 


7,088 


7,756 


7,776 


8,199 


8,464 


8,995 


10,338 


11,242 


5,949 


6,293 


6,797 


7,210 


7,818 


8,565 


8,964 


9,994 


10,555 


38,212 


39,885 


41,471 


44,399 


47,528 


51,753 


54,615 


58,693 


62,449 


33,861 


35,783 


37,644 


40,632 


43,584 


48,056 


51,357 


55,789 


59,426 


4,351 


4,102 


3,827 


3,767 


3,944 


3,697 


3,258 


2,904 


3,023 


34,807 


36,684 


38,466 


41,115 


44,213 


47,944 


50,725 


54,816 


58,413 


236 


249 


270 


289 


311 


336 


367 


415 


469 


2,462 


2,567 


2,665 


2,762 


2,894 


3,125 


3,361 


3,669 


4,098 


124 


114 


108 


110 


150 


211 


252 


329 


447 


2,780 


2,702 


2,753 


2,824 


2,987 


3,190 


3,443 


3,749 


4,129 


1,918 


1,938 


1,959 


1,999 


2,106 


2,237 


2,400 


2,618 


2,906 


17,971 


18,120 


18,642 


18,826 


19,050 


19,342 


19,492 


19,908 


20,037 


48,068 


48,562 


48,993 


49,173 


49,435 


49,863 


50,316 


50,534 


51,320 


15,097 


14,920 


14,387 


14,531 


14,996 


15,361 


16,651 


19,550 


21,686 


354 


355 


355 


357 


360 


358 


355 


354 


354 


1,939 


1,991 


2,042 


2,096 


2,142 


2,188 


2,246 


2,292 


2,344 



6 Foreword 

A large part of the Report is devoted to aspects of retail service to ultimate 
customers, especially that provided by the municipal electrical utilities. The com- 
mentary on these activities and the statistical tables applicable to them are brought 
together in a supplement to the Report entitled Municipal Electrical Service, begin- 
ning on page 95. 



SECTION I 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 

While there was some evidence in 1969 of a levelling off in the rate of growth 
in power demands, this could possibly be attributed in a substantial degree to 
industrial disputes involving extended work stoppage, the effect of which was par- 
ticularly evident on loads during the late summer and early fall. In conjunction 
with a spell of cold weather in late December, however, loads rose sharply to a 
peak of 10,555,400 kilowatts to record a 5.6 per cent growth for the year. Primary 
energy demands for the year reached 59,426 million kilowatt-hours, exceeding 1968 
demands by 6.5 per cent. 

The dependable capacity of the Commission's resources available to meet peak 
requirements was increased by 903,700 kilowatts in 1969. The major changes in 
generating resources included the placing in service of a 500,000-kilowatt thermal- 
electric unit at Lambton Generating Station, and the addition of four hydro-electric 
units, two at Stewartville Generating Station and two at Aubrey Falls Generating 
! Station. The second unit at Lambton Generating Station, which was undergoing 
commissioning tests in 1969, was not considered as dependable capacity at the 
time of the December peak. 



Operation of the Systems 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

PRIMARY ENERGY DEMAND 



AVERAGE 
MEGAWATTS 









\ Actual / 


1 \ Seasonally Adjusted / yf 








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COMBINED SYSTEMS ENERGY DEMAND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED 
By the application of appropriate statistical factors to the raw data on energy use month by month, 
it is possible to eliminate the regularly recurring seasonal pattern of load fluctuation so that the 
prevailing direction of periodic change, and the effect of significant but other than seasonal variables 
are more clearly apparent. 

The seasonally adjusted curve in 1969 suggests a slackening in the rate of growth which had 
prevailed over the previous two years. This reflects in part a general levelling off in economic growth, 
the effect of which was aggravated by industrial disputes extending over much of the final quarter 
of the year. The termination of strikes in a number of major companies resulted in a sharp upsurge in 
energy use in December. 



The total energy generated and purchased in 1969 amounted to 62,449 million 
kilowatt-hours and exceeded the 1968 production by 6.4 per cent. Of this total, 
58.7 per cent or 36,663 million kilowatt-hours was generated at hydro-electric 
stations, where stream flows showed general improvement during the year, 30.2 per 
cent or 18,871 million kilowatt-hours was generated at thermal-electric stations, 
and 11.1 per cent or 6,915 million kilowatt-hours was purchased. Increased pur- 
chases from the provinces of Quebec and Manitoba were more than offset by 
declines in other purchases, resulting in a decline of 10.9 per cent in total pur- 
chases for the year. 

Stream flows and storage conditions were generally good throughout the systems, 
the annual mean flows on the Niagara, Ottawa, St. Lawrence, and Abitibi Rivers 
all being well in excess of their 10-year moving averages. Between June 12 and 
November 25, water that would normally have flowed over the American falls in 
the Niagara River was diverted to the Horseshoe falls, while the United States 
Army Corps of Engineers conducted a geological investigation of the American 
falls. 



Power Demands — East System 9 

On January 8, 1969, a 230-kv circuit operating at 115 kv between Wawa and 
Marathon was placed on load for the first time to provide, with assistance from 
the facilities of the Great Lakes Power Corporation, for the transfer of power from 
the East to the West System. It was used on a number of occasions during the year. 

On June 3, with the placing in service of two 345-kv circuits between the states 
of Michigan and Indiana, the East System was interconnected through Michigan 
to major power networks in Ohio, Indiana, and beyond. A loop thus formed around 
Lake Erie permitted circulating power for the first time to flow between the states 
of New York and Michigan and the province of Ontario. Coincident with this, a 
new agreement became effective with the Detroit Edison Company and Consumers 
Power Company providing services additional to those offered in former agreements 
and setting out revised rate structures for the interchange of power. These exchanges 













THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

POWER DEMANDS AND RESOURCES 

EAST SYSTEM 




MILLION 
KILOWATTS 

10 

- 9 

- 8 

- 7 
6 
5 
4 
3 
2 
1 


DECEMBER DEPENDABLE PEAK CAPACITY 


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of power purchased 

of Commission generating stations 


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1945 1950 1955 1960 1965 





10 



Operation of the Systems 



are of considerable value to all participating utilities. The capacity available because 
of seasonal diversity of peak periods in the interconnected systems may eventually 
permit savings in terms of the capital outlay that would otherwise be required for 
equivalent winter peak capacity. It already makes possible the more effective use 
of Commission facilities during the summer months. 



Thermal-Electric Operations — Nuclear 

The 20,000-kilowatt Nuclear Power Demonstration station, in service since 
1962 at Rolphton on the Ottawa River, provides operating experience for nuclear 
staff in training. It also serves as a pilot plant for testing components of modified 
designs, and for trying new modes of operation. The heat-transport system, which 
previously circulated heavy water under pressure in the liquid state, was converted 
in 1968 to operation with boiling heavy water. Operating in this way during 1969, 
the station performed well, and provided valuable experience and data on the 
boiling mode of heat-transport. The fuelling machines originally installed at NPD 
were replaced in 1969 by machines of a modified design, which are working well. 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

POWER DEMANDS AND RESOURCES 
WEST SYSTEM 



DECEMBER DEPENDABLE PEAK CAPACITY 



of power purchased 



of Commission generating stations 



"PRIMARY PEAK REQUIREMENTS 



A 




i i 1 1 r 

1945 1950 1955 1960 1965 

'Maximum peak recorded between September and December each year 



KILOWATTS 
800.000 



700.000 



600.000 



200,000 



100.000 



Thermal-Electric Operations 11 

The Nuclear Training Centre established at NPD is now being enlarged to 
provide adequate training facilities for nuclear operations personnel in the increas- 
ing numbers required by the continuing expansion of the Canadian nuclear-power 
program, and the approaching completion of nuclear-power stations of Canadian 
design in India and Pakistan. In 1970, Ontario Hydro and Atomic Energy of 
Canada Limited will send a team of approximately 20 engineers and other staff to 
India to assist in the commissioning of the Rajasthan Atomic Power Project. 

In 1969, major modifications were completed at the 200,000-kilowatt Douglas 
Point Nuclear Power Station that substantially improve the economy of heavy- 
water use. At the end of the year, however, two major problems remained to be 
resolved. One is excessive vibration which has resulted in the failure of some of the 
turbine blades. The unit will be operated at somewhat less than its full rated 
capacity until this problem is resolved. The other problem arising from difficulties 
in on-power refuelling of the reactor was being gradually eliminated through 
improvement of the fuelling machines. 

Heavy-water requirements will increase substantially with the addition of 
Pickering and Bruce Generating Stations, now under construction. The total 
installed capacity of these two large nuclear-electric stations is expected to be 
5,360,000 kilowatts by the end of 1978. To supplement other sources in providing 
for initial and operating requirements, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited is build- 
ing on the Commission's property at Douglas Point a plant which ultimately will 
produce 800 tons of heavy water per year. Ontario Hydro, which will operate this 
plant, began recruiting supervisory and operating personnel during 1969. Some of 
those engaged are now gaining experience by assisting in the commissioning of the 
Canadian General Electric Company's heavy-water plant at Port Hawkesbury, 
Nova Scotia. Others are receiving training at the Savannah River plant of the 
United States Atomic Energy Commission. 



Thermal-Electric Operations — Conventional 

With the purpose of increasing operating efficiency, recent additions to thermal- 
electric generating resources have been in the form of prototype equipment of 
greatly increased capacity. Installation and commissioning have therefore not 
always proceeded as easily and as quickly as might have been desired. At Lake- 
view Generating Station, though all of the eight 300,000-kilowatt units have been 
in operation since 1968, two units required rehabilitation in 1969 to improve the 
heat rate, and at the end of the year necessary modifications and commissioning 
tests for two other units were still incomplete. Progress has generally been better 
at Lambton Generating Station, where by the end of the year one of the four 
500,000-kilowatt units had been fully commissioned, and a second had been 
accepted as suitable for use in meeting system demands although commissioning 
was not complete. 

The large thermal-electric units now being installed are more efficient and 
more economical to operate than the smaller units installed at J. Clark Keith and 
Richard L. Hearn Generating Stations in the 1950's. Because of the higher effi- 
ciencies, and the tendency to make greater use of these newer units, the average 



12 Operation of the Systems 

net heat rate for the Commission's coal-fired stations has improved substantially 
and is now among the better heat rates for power utilities in North America. 

Protection, Control, and Communications 

In the more crowded parts of the Commission's high-voltage power grid, 
power-line-carrier links, first introduced in the early 1940s, can no longer ade- 
quately meet requirements for relaying, telemetering, and voice communication. 
To replace these links the Commission is installing a microwave radio network 
which will provide a more adequate number of communication channels. Through 
the use of signal-frequency diversity and a geographic arrangement that places 
most microwave stations in one or another of several ring configurations, the 
microwave network will also provide a high degree of communication stability. 
One ring and two sections of the microwave network in southern Ontario were 
completed and placed in service before the end of 1969. 

A program to augment and modernize high-voltage circuit-breaker failure- 
protection facilities is being continued. In addition, high- voltage transmission-line 
protection devices are now being converted to a new dual protection standard. 
These facilities will work in conjunction with the new microwave network. 

Two years ago, the Commission began to install frequency trend relays at 70 
locations on the East System. This work was completed in 1969. The relays will 
aid in maintaining optimum system security by determining at the onset of a system 
disturbance whether power frequency is likely to fall below a critical level. If neces- 
sary, these relays will be capable of shedding as much as 50 per cent of the East 
System 60-cycle peak load. 



Maintenance 

Extensive rehabilitation work was undertaken in 1969 to repair damage result- 
ing from erosion and to prevent further damage along the shores and dikes of 
generating station headponds. Large amounts of riprap and earth fill were placed 
near Cardinal along a short section of the shore of Lake St. Lawrence, which is 
the headpond of Robert H. Saunders-St. Lawrence Generating Station. Similar 
work was carried out on about three miles of the five miles of earth dike that 
contain the headpond of Little Long Generating Station on the Mattagami River, 
and along a length of slightly less than a mile of the five-mile-long dike that con- 
tains the reservoir for the pumping-generating station at Sir Adam Beck-Niagara 
Generating Station No. 1. 

For Units 3 and 4 at Cameron Falls Generating Station, on the Nipigon River, 
cast-steel turbine runners have been purchased to replace the original cast-iron 
runners, which are in relatively poor condition. The cast-steel runners are expected 
to use the available water flow more efficiently. 

To aid in meeting peak demands, the Commission uses a total of 27 combus- 
tion-turbine generator units installed at a number of generating stations and trans- 
former stations throughout the province. Though these units are generally used for 



Maintenance and Forestry 13 

only short daily periods in the winter months, excessive smoke in the exhaust of 
some units may create a problem, particularly in residential areas. As a possible 
solution to the problem, a set of experimental smokeless combustion baskets was 
purchased and installed on a combustion-turbine unit at A. W. Manby Transformer 
Station, in western Metropolitan Toronto. These have successfully reduced exhaust 
smoke to an acceptable level, and nine sets of similar combustion baskets have 
been purchased for installation on other combustion-turbine units. 

The Commission is now using closed-circuit television in providing training for 
electrical maintenance staff. Records on video tapes have been made both of repet- 
itive maintenance operations, such as circuit-breaker overhauls, and of highly 
specialized and relatively infrequent operations, such as generator rewinds. These 
tapes have been found to be a very effective supplement to more conventional 
methods of classroom training. 

In 1969, the Commission purchased two new helicopters and sold three older 
machines, reducing the number in the fleet to twelve. The helicopters logged a 
total of 6,345 flying hours during the year. Their major use was for inspection 
patrols along 142,000 circuit-miles of transmission line. However, the machines 
logged more than 2,000 hours on work related to the construction of the East- 
West tie-line and the new extra-high-voltage circuit from Sudbury to Parry Sound, 
transporting material, supervisory personnel, construction crews, and camp equip- 
ment in territory that otherwise would not have been easily accessible. They were 
also used extensively in work such as pole delivery and placement, conductor 
stringing and re-sagging, right-of-way spraying, dam tending, photography, ice 
patrols, and search and rescue. 

A new procedure has been developed for using the largest helicopter in the 
fleet to replace deteriorating wood poles on established high-voltage lines. The 
procedure substantially reduces costs and the time required for the work. In 1969, 
it was restricted to work on de-energized line, but with growing experience, heli- 
copter pole-setting may be extended to work on live lines. 



Forestry 

In 1969, the Commission began initial work on experiments in seeding new 
rights of way with a variety of grasses and legumes that are intended to preclude 
the invasion of woody growth and to increase the food supply for game birds and 
other wild life. The work is being carried out at six locations in the province in 
co-operation with the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Lands 
and Forests, which is interested from an environmental point of view. 

This is a first step in efforts to introduce biological methods as a complement 
to chemical methods for the control of brush. With rights of way more attractive 
in appearance, and conditions for game improved, there may indeed be some 
basis for seeing a close relationship between these improvements and more co- 
operative attitudes towards utilities on the part of hunters, which are reflected in 
a decline in wilful damage to insulators by gunfire. 



14 Operation of the Systems 

Work has begun on a plan to use 75 acres of property at Pickering Generating 
Station for a tree nursery that will demonstrate the use of trees compatible with 
overhead lines. The nursery will also be used for experimental work with growth 
inhibiters, soil sterilization, and chemical brush control. Initial plantings of about 
6,000 seedlings and 3,700 trees from five to eight feet in height have been 
completed. 

Supply 

The Commission's Annual Report for 1967 recorded that the growing com- 
plexity of the power system and the need for much larger and more sophisticated 
equipment components had led over the years to a general compounding of prob- 
lems in procuring satisfactory equipment, in adequately meeting installation sched- 
ules, and in achieving dependable equipment performance. There was evidence of 
considerable improvement in 1969, particularly at Lambton Generating Station, 
where two units were brought into service ahead of schedule. In earlier years, how- 
ever, some manufacturers have bid for the supply of products of a size and com- 
plexity well beyond their experience, and in so doing have overestimated their 
engineering and manufacturing ability or underestimated the equipment require- 
ments. They have failed to meet delivery and in-service dates, or their products 
have been inadequate in design and have fallen short in quality and reliability of 
performance. This inevitably adds to Ontario Hydro's costs. 

In an intensified effort to deal with this kind of difficulty, a new quality assur- 
ance program was introduced in 1969. One of its major objectives will be to ensure 
that bids are requested only from suppliers who have demonstrated the necessary 
qualifications and experience to meet the designated engineering and manufacturing 
requirements. To this end, Ontario Hydro will thoroughly investigate the manu- 
facturing capability of suppliers, verify their inspection procedures, and audit their 
performance in meeting quality and delivery specifications. The manufacturers 
have shown an encouraging response to this effort to ensure that future require- 
ments for dependable generating units and other major facilities will be met satis- 
factorily and on time. 

The Commission burned 7,060,000 tons of coal at its thermal-electric stations 
in 1969, but received only 6,818,000 tons, or 77 per cent of the total ordered 
under contract from its suppliers. The shortfall in deliveries was attributable to 
labour difficulties, mine disasters, and new and stringent health and safety regula- 
tions introduced by the United States Government. Because the Commission was 
able to draw upon its substantial coal reserves, it fared better in 1969 than many 
other large consumers of steam coal. The coal supply situation, however, is 
becoming critical throughout North America, and this was one of the factors con- 
sidered in deciding that the boilers at Lennox Generating Station will be oil-fired. 






SECTION II 



FINANCE 



Table of Financial Statements 

Statement of Operations 19 

Balance Sheet 20 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 22 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges 22 

Source and Application of Funds 24 

Notes to Financial Statements 25 

Fixed Assets in Service and under Construction 52 

Accumulated Depreciation 54 

Frequency Standardization 54 

Bonds Payable 55 

Advances from the Province of Ontario 57 

Mlocation of the Cost of Primary Power to Municipalities 58 

V (location of the Cost of Primary Power — All Customers 77 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges — by Municipalities 78 



15 






SECTION II 



FINANCE 

Revenues in 1969 were 13.0 per cent greater than in 1968, rising by $54.0 mil- 
lion to $468.9 million. While there were rate increases to municipalities and 
direct customers in 1969, and a rate increase to retail customers in the fall of 
1968, the larger revenues from municipalities and retail customers were primarily 
attributable to growth in the demands for power. The increase in rates was the 
main reason for the larger revenue from direct customers. By comparison with re- 
sults in 1968, revenue from municipalities was up by $32.8 million or 13.0 per 
cent, revenue from retail customers by $14.1 million or 14.6 per cent, and revenue 
from direct customers by $7.1 million or 10.8 per cent. 

Costs, before reserve provision, rose from $401.2 million in 1968 to $433.3 
million in 1969. Operating, maintenance, and administrative expenses increased by 
$14.7 million. The cost of fuel used for electric generation exceeded correspond- 
ing costs in 1968 by $10.8 million, reflecting the increasing dependence on 
thermal-electric generating facilities to meet the growth in customer requirements. 
Increased borrowings and higher interest rates resulted in an increase in interest 
expense of $6.1 million. As a reflection of the continued growth of fixed assets 

16 



Fixed Assets, Capital, and Long-Term Liabilities 



17 



in service, the provision for depreciation was $5.4 million more than in 1968. 
Secondary revenue, which is applied as a reduction of costs, was $5.1 million 
greater than in 1968, mainly as a result of an increase in the export of power to 
the United States. 



Expenditures on fixed assets during the year amounted to $446.7 million, in- 
cluding $217.6 million on thermal-electric generating facilities, $55.5 million on 
hydro-electric generating facilities, $122.6 million on transformer stations and 
transmission lines, and $28.6 million on retail distribution facilities. 

Expenditures on thermal-electric generating facilities include the Commission's 
share of expenditures on Pickering nuclear generating station which was $86.8 mil- 
lion, in addition to expenditures of $77.0 million on Lambton Generating Station, 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

FIXED ASSETS, CAPITAL, 
AND LONG-TERM LIABILITIES 



2.000 



1.500 



FIXED ASSETS AT COST 



500 



LONG-TERM 
LIABILITIES 



CAPITAL 



T 

1945 



T 

1950 




/ 



/ 



1955 



1960 



3.500 



3.000 



1.500 



18 Finance 

$38.2 million on Nanticoke Generating Station, and $11.2 million on Bruce Gen- 
erating Station. The major outlays on hydro-electric generating facilities were 
$21.6 million on Lower Notch Generating Station on the Montreal River, and 
$16.4 million and $8.4 million respectively on Wells Generating Station and 
Aubrey Falls Generating Station, both on the Mississagi River. 

The Commission's debt from borrowings amounted to $2,905.7 million at De- 
cember 31, 1969, as compared with $2,618.1 million at December 31, 1968. The 
net increase of $287.6 million during the year represents $269.6 million in bonds 
and advances and $18.0 million in notes. During 1969 the Commission issued 
bonds amounting to $185.0 million in Canadian currency, $175.0 million in U.S. 
currency and DM 150.0 million in West German currency. 

The balance in the reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies amount- 
ed to $225.6 million at the end of 1969, up $42.2 million from the balance at the 
end of 1968. The reserve is used to stabilize the effects on cost brought about by 
variations in stream flows, loads varying from the levels forecast, major physical 
damage to plant and equipment or their premature retirement, fluctuations in ex- 
change on debt payable in foreign currencies, and other contingencies. 



Statement of Operations 19 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

for the Year ended December 31, 1969 

(with comparative figures for 1968) 

1969 1968 



Revenues 

from Municipalities 285,679,654 252,915,270 

from Retail Customers 109,991,769 95,940,830 

from Direct Customers 73,258,580 66,106,170 



See accompanying notes on page 25. 



468,930,003 414,962,270 



Costs 

Operating, maintenance, and administrative expenses 149,401,861 134,681,274 

Fuel used for electric generation 65,688,041 54,930,134 

Power purchased 15,164,773 17,830,484 

Interest (Note 1) 90,032,490 83,941,567 

Depreciation 58,423,877 52,999,055 

Debt retirement charge 43,128,530 42,643,028 

Amortization of frequency standardization cost (Note 2) 18,472,331 16,134,225 

Sales of secondary energy 7,046,219 1,935,483 



Total before reserve provision {withdrawal) 433,265,684 401,224,284 

Provision and interest — reserve for stabilization of rates 

and contingencies 36,009,144 23,580,124 

\\ ithdrawal from the reserve for stabilization of rates and con- 
tingencies, retail and direct customers, to offset net deficit 
on sales to these customers 344,825 9,842,138 



468,930,003 414,962,270 



20 Finance 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

BALANCE SHEET AS AT 

(with comparative 
ASSETS 

1969 1968 



Fixed Assets (Note 3) 

Plant in service, at cost 3,500,295,855 3,228,324,552 

Less accumulated depreciation 643,367,420 588,861,039 



2,856,928,435 2,639,463,513 
Plant under construction, at cost 598,055,337 440,641,885 



3,454,983,772 3,080,105,398 



Investments (Note 4) 
Investments held for 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 177,831,787 150,367,270 

Debt retirement fund 48,573,528 46,733,251 

Employer's liability insurance fund 4,165,294 4,009,61 5 



230,570,609 201,110,136 



Current Assets 

Cash and short-term investments (Note 5) 159,670,700 181,371,533 

Accounts receivable 83,853,865 79,806,192 

Coal, at cost 40,710,114 41,035,365 

Materials and supplies, at cost 25,741,337 23,824,756 



309,976,016 326,037,846 



Deferred Charges and Other Assets 

Frequency standardization cost, less amounts written oft 82,632,731 97,555,519 

Discount and expense on bonds and notes payable, less amounts 

written off 31,952,470 25,467,265 

Long-term accounts receivable 8,193,955 7,804,636 

Other assets 10,334,244 10,789,981 



133,113,400 141,617,401 



4,128,643,797 3,748,870,781 



AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the balance sheet of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as at December 3 1 , 1969 
and the statements of operations and source and application of funds for the year then ended. Our examination included 
a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Commission as at December 31 , 
1969 and the results of its operations and the source and application of its funds for the year then ended. 

Toronto, Canada. CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

March 31, 1970 Chartered Accountants. 



Balance Sheet 21 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



DECEMBER 31, 1969 

figures for 1968) 

DEBT, EQUITY, AND LIABILITIES 

1969 1968 

$ $ 
Debt from Borrowings 
Bonds payable (Note 6) 

In Canadian currency 1,822,364,100 1,770,791,800 

In United States currency ($790,884,000 U.S.) (Note 7). . . . 826,124,530 647,404,186 

In West German currency (DM 150,000,000) (Note 7) 40,401,005 

Notes payable due within one year 215,000,000 197,000,000 

Advances from the Province of Ontario 1,807,463 2,868,196 



2,905,697,098 2,618,064,182 



Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement charges 718,699,033 675,570,503 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 225,629,056 183,410,967 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for 

rural construction (Note 8) 122,684,500 121,297,335 



1,067,012,589 980,278,805 



Current Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 96,818,199 98,489,093 

Accrued interest 50,063,510 42,346,715 



146,881,709 140,835,808 



Deferred Liabilities 

Customers' deposits 3,162,066 4,611,149 

Employer's liability insurance fund 5,890,335 5,080,837 



9,052,401 9,691,986 



4,128,643,797 3,748,870,781 



See accompanying notes on page 25. 






22 



Finance 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 



RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION 

for the Year Ended 



Held for the 

Benefit of All 

Customers 



Balances at December 31, 1968 

Add: 

Interest for the year at rates approximating those earned on investments held 

for the reserve 

Provision charged to operations 

Net profit on redemption of bonds payable, sale of investments, and currency 
revaluations 

Deduct: 

Withdrawal to offset net deficit on sales to retail and direct customers 

Grant to Ontario Municipal Electric Association 

Balances at December 31, 1969 



177,832,259 



10,066,186 
25,632,230 

6,597,903 



220,128,578 



220,128,578 



EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 





Municipalities 


Power District 


Total 


Balances at December 31, 1968 

Add: 

Debt retirement charge to operations. 
Equities transferred through annexa- 


483,759,424 

27,670,875 
601,184 


$ 
191,811,079 

15,457,655 
601,184 


$ 
675,570,503 

43,128,530 






Balances at December 31, 1969 


512,031,483 


206,667,550 


718,699,033 



Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 



23 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



OF RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 

December 31, 1969 



Held for the Benefit of (or Recoverable from) Certain Groups 
of Customers 






Power District 




Municipalities 


All 

Direct 

Customers 


Direct Customers 
Former Northern 
Ontario Properties 


Retail 
Customers 


Total 


$ 
1,129,454 

58,844 


$ 
3,383,881 

191,572 


$ 

7,026,912 
397,814 


$ 
806,223 

45,642 


$ 
183,410,967 

\ 36,009,144 
6,597,903 
















1,188,298 


3,575,453 


7,424,726 


851,865 


226,018,014 




1,883,993 




1,539,168 


344,825 


44,133 




44,133 










44,133 


1,883,993 




1,539,168 


388,958 






1,144,165 


5,459,446 


7,424,726 


2,391,033 


225,629,056 



24 Finance 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS 

for the year ended December 31, 1969 

(with comparative figures for 1968) 

1969 1968 



Source of Funds 

Operations 
Depreciation 

Charged directly to operations 58,423,877 52,999,055 

Charged to various overhead accounts 8,778,935 8,681,823 

Debt retirement charge. . 43,128,530 42,643,028 

Frequencv standardization amortization of cost, less 

interest on the account 14,922,788 12,117,205 

Provision and interest — reserve for stabilization of rates 

and contingencies 36,009,144 23,580,124 

Amortization of discount on bonds and notes payable. . 6,390,309 3,644,397 

Net deficit on sales to retail and direct customers 344,825 9,842,138 

Other items— net 404,881 330,555 



166,903,877 133,492,939 



Proceeds from issues of bonds and notes, less retirements. . 280,068,369 215,673,028 

Net increase in amounts held in cash and investments. . . . 6,067,824 34,583,614 



274,000,545 181,089,414 



Increases in accounts and interest payable 6,045,901 27,463,413 



446,950,323 342,045,766 



Application of Funds 

Expenditures on fixed assets, less proceeds from sales, etc. . 440,694,021 319,174,732 

Increases in accounts receivable 4,436,992 21,638,031 

Increases in coal, materials, and supplies 1,591,330 1,988,159 

Other items— net 227,980 755,156 



446,950,323 342,045,766 



Notes to Financial Statements 25 



NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Interest cost in 1969 is the interest on bonds, notes and advances $155,038,304, less the follow- 
ing: interest earned on investments $27,812,481, interest capitalized $28,944,613, interest on 
unamortized frequency standardization cost $3,549,543, and miscellaneous interest $4,699,177. 

The 1969 amortization of frequency standardization cost comprises: 

Assessments to customers of the former Southern Ontario System as 
follows: 
$3.00 per kilowatt of costing load to all customers who were converted 

to 60-cycle frequency $15,803,805 

$.50 per kilowatt of costing load to all non-converted 60-cycle customers 933,822 



$16,737,627 
An amount equal to the net revenue on the export of 60-cycle secondary 

energy from the former Southern Ontario System 1,734,704 



Total amortization shown in the Statement of Operations $18,472,331 



J. The construction of units 1 and 2 of Pickering nuclear generating station is a joint undertaking, 
with about 40% of the cost being financed by the Commission, 33% by Atomic Energy of 
Canada Limited, and 27% by the Province of Ontario, ownership being vested in the Com- 
mission. Contributions by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario to 
December 31, 1969 amounting to $106,843,665 have been deducted in arriving at the cost of 
plant under construction. These contributions will be repayable only if, as, and when this 
plant has operational savings in comparison with the Commission's coal-fired Lambton Gen- 
erating Station as stipulated in the agreement between the parties. 

On December 31, 1969, investments, which are included at amortized cost, consisted of govern- 
ment and government-guaranteed bonds, $229,575,922 and corporate bonds, $994,687. At this 
date, the market value of these investments was $193,635,000. 



5. On December 31, 1969, cash amounted to $6,713,726; short-term investments, which are 
included at amortized cost (approximately market value), consisted of interest-bearing deposits 
with banks and trust companies, $108,802,688, government and government-guaranteed bonds, 
$18,101,286, corporate obligations, $17,843,000, and bank discount notes, $8,210,000. 



Bonds maturing in the next five years are as follows 

Payal 
Canai 
Currency Currency 



Payable in Payable in 
Canadian United States 



1970 90,759,500 

1971 57,696,300 41,735,000 

1972 26,789,000 40,985,000 

1973 65,274,500 

1974 111,422,000 



351,941,300 82,720,000 



The liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency at the 
rates of exchange at time of conversion. Translated at rates of exchange which prevailed at 
December 31, 1969, the liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies would be increased by 
$26,500,000. Exchange losses incurred when bond issues mature are charged to the reserve for 
stabilization of rates and contingencies. 

The Province of Ontario contributed $1,387, 165 during 1969 as assistance for rural construction 



SECTION III 



MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 



HE total number of customers served by the Commission and the associated 
municipal electrical utilities was 2,343,807 at the end of 1969, as shown on 



T 

the following table: 



ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 



Retail customers served by 354 municipal utilities 1,738,512 

Retail customers served by the Commission 

In 14 communities where the Commission owns and 

operates the distribution facilities 28,059 

In rural areas 577,053 

Special (formerly direct customers having loads of, for 
the most part, under 5,000 kw (including 2 inter- 
connected systems) 87 605,199 



Total retail customers 2,343,711 

Direct customers (including 9 interconnected system) 96 

Total 2,343,807 



26 



Marketing Program 27 

The distribution of energy to these groups of customers is recorded in the 
table on pages 48 and 49, where the groups are segregated in the same manner. 
For other statistical purposes, the customers in the 14 communities served by 
Commission-owned facilities are regarded as similar to municipal electrical utility 
customers. Both groups are therefore considered together in the introductory com- 
ment on retail service in the Municipal Service Supplement beginning on page 95. 



The Marketing Program 

The success of the Co-operative Marketing Program for Electric Commissions 
(COMPEC) in Essex County led to the establishment of similar programs during 
1969 in Norfolk County, and for the public utility services in and around Bow- 
manville. In each of these areas, groups of utilities have joined with Ontario Hydro 
in a co-ordinated marketing program in order to deal more effectively with mar- 
keting problems. By the application of common rate structures, and the observance 
of more uniform service procedures, these co-ordinated groups, designated respec- 
tively COMPEC Essex, COMPEC Norfolk, and COMPEC Bowmanville, are 
deriving maximum benefit from their united sales effort. 

The competitive strength of all-electric service is being effectively demonstrated 
in the field of major educational facilities. Among the more recent examples are 
Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough and Confederation College in the 
Lakehead municipality now known as Thunder Bay. Brock and Trent Universities, 
already in operation for some time, are continuing to expand their electrical serv- 
ices. A study conducted by the Metropolitan Toronto School Board has resulted 
in the development of a modular method for school construction, which will com- 
bine a maximum of flexibility with a minimum of cost. The first 32 buildings are 
I designed to be all-electric. These projects, upon completion, will provide more 
than $500,000 in annual revenue to the electrical utilities of Metropolitan Toronto. 

There is a marked trend toward the increased use of apartment buildings in 
meeting the need for new housing. Some major builders, in an effort to reduce 
construction time and costs, are resorting to modular pre-cast construction tech- 
niques already in common use in Great Britain and western Europe. The develop- 
ment of an electric heating system appropriate to this type of construction is of 
major interest to the Commission's sales and research staff. 

The Electrical Modernization Program is now available to 80 per cent of the 
customers served in the province. Nearly 200 of the municipal utilities have 
undertaken, together with Ontario Hydro, to provide financial assistance to cus- 
tomers who plan to modernize electric equipment on their premises by the instal- 
lation of additional circuits and outlets, and the introduction of electric heating 
and improved lighting. 

The number of single-family and multiple-dwelling units heated by electricity, 
either by new installations or by conversion from other methods, now exceeds 
; 83,000. 



28 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



MUNICIPALITIES 

The sum of the December peak loads of the municipal electrical utilities in 
1969 was 6,884,379 kilowatts. This exceeded the corresponding peak load of 
* 6,5 82,861 kilowatts in December 1968 by 4.6 per cent. With a few exceptions, 
the various municipal utility components of this total are given in the Statement 
of Customers, Revenue, and Consumption beginning on page 152. The exceptions 

are the peak loads for a few utilities 
which supplement the delivery of 
power by the Commission either by 
the operation of their own generating 
facilities, or by the purchase of power 
from other suppliers. Where this is so, 
the peak load shown for the munici- 
pality includes this supplementary 
power and is in bold face type. 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

MUNICIPALITIES 
PRIMARY POWER AND ENERGY DELIVERED 



BILLION 
KWH 
70 - 




Annual Energy n 



I— - 3.0 



i r 

1955 1960 1965 

♦Maximum monthly sum of the coincident peak loads 



The energy delivered to the utili- 
ties by the Commission during 1969 
amounted in total to 36,127 million 
kilowatt-hours, as shown in the table 
on page 47. This exceeded the 33,426 
million kilowatt-hours delivered in 
1968 by 8.1 per cent. 

The cost of power supply to a mu- 
nicipal electrical utility is billed on an 
interim basis each month through a 
combination of two components, a de- 
mand charge and an energy charge, 
the latter at present being uniformly 
2.75 mills per kilowatt-hour to all 
utilities. The demand component is 
calculated by ascertaining the max- 
imum average load registered by the 
utility over any period of twenty consecutive minutes in the month, and applying 
to this maximum an interim rate per kilowatt established for that utility prior to; 
the beginning of the year. The maximum for the month of December is given for 
each utility in the Statement on Customers, Revenues, and Consumption, since 
this is the month in which the system annual peak normally occurs. On the other 
hand, the averages of the twelve monthly peaks are given in the Statement of the 
Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power, since these averages provide the basis 
for some of the allocation. When the actual cost of supplying power and energy 
has been established through this allocation at the end of the year, the necessary 
debit or credit billing adjustments are made to reconcile interim billings with cost. 



*Revised. 



Rural Electrical Service 



29 



DIRECT CUSTOMERS 

The direct customers of the Commission included 87 industrial customers and 
9 interconnected utility systems. 

Two large industrial companies were added to the system in 1969. One is a 

manufacturer of rug-backing material using poly-propylene fibre, located in 

eastern Ontario. The other is located 

in western Ontario, where it uses a 

continuous chemical reaction and a re- 
i covery process for the production of 
i a moulding-grade iron powder. Each 
i of these loads is expected to exceed 

10,000 kilowatts within a three-year 

period. 



The monthly sum of the primary 
peak loads for the direct industrial cus- 

; tomers reached its annual maximum 
in December at 1,919,092 kilowatts. 
This was 119,977 kilowatts or 6.7 per 

i cent greater than the corresponding 
annual maximum recorded in Novem- 
ber 1968. The table on page 47 shows 
the disposition of energy, both primary 

;< and secondary, to these 87 customers 

! and the interconnected systems. 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

DIRECT CUSTOMERS 
INDUSTRIAL 

PRIMARY POWER AND ENERGY DELIVERED 



Power 

































n 






A 


nn 


jal 


Erie 


rgy 
















i 































1955 



RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

Technical assistance is provided by 
Ontario Hydro to the agricultural 
community and to electrical contrac- 

| tors engaged in expanding and improv- 

i ing the safe and efficient use of electric power on the farm. As labour is increas- 
ingly replaced by the use of electric energy in all types of commercial farming, 
the total electric concept is gaining wider acceptance for the provision of a gener- 

i ally satisfactory environment in all types of farm buildings. With the total number 
of farm customers continuing to decline as a result of annexations by municipali- 
ties and the widespread trend towards the amalgamation of small farms into units 
of larger size, the average use of electricity for farm customers rose from 903 kilo- 
watt-hours per month in 1968 to 972 kilowatt-hours per month in 1969. 

Substantial administrative economies have been achieved by the Commission in 
recent years through the consolidation of rural administrative areas, now reduced 






w 



Marketing and the Commission's Customers 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



<ET INCREASE 
IN YEAR 



MILES OF RURAL PRIMARY LINE 



TOTAL AT 
END OF YEAR 



■ 






t 






f 

4 n 








n n 




__n 


r _.___-_._ T _D_. 


!l H iII.I 


1 


i i 


1 1 







1940 1945 



1950 1955 1960 1965 



JET INCREASE 
IN YEAR 



NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 




an 



1940 



I94S 



I9S0 



1960 



TOTAL AT 
END OF YEAR 



1965 



"DECREASE — 14.542 



Services to Customers 31 

in number to 68. With the improvement in quality of modern roads and communi- 
cations, and the high dependability of mechanized equipment, which can be subject 
to continuous radio control, these economies have been achieved without adversely 
affecting the level of service. 



SERVICES TO CUSTOMERS 



Electrical Inspection 



Revisions have been adopted in electrical safety regulations to meet the require- 
ments of new building methods and wiring techniques. Particular consideration was 
given to changes in school building facilities as foreseen by education authorities, 
and to the requirements of modular pre-cast construction for multiple dwellings. 
A major revision is the requirement, effective January 1, 1970, that single-dwelling 
panel boards shall have space for the equivalent of twenty-four 120- volt branch 
circuits, including at least two of 120/240- volt capacity, for which over-current 
protection shall be a minimum of 35 amperes. 



SECTION IV 



PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 

During 1969, the Commission placed 1,222,000 kilowatts of installed generat- 
ing capacity in service, 1,000,000 kilowatts in two units at Lambton Gen- 
erating Station and the remainder in four hydro-electric units, two at Aubrey Falls 
Generating Station on the Mississagi River and two in an extension to Stewartville 
Generating Station on the Madawaska River. The present construction program 
provides for the addition of a further 11,176,000 kilowatts during the period to 
the end of 1978. Of this total, 10,745,000 kilowatts will be in five large thermal- 
electric stations, scheduled variously throughout this period, and more than half of 
this in turn will be installed in two major nuclear stations. The hydro-electric 
contribution to the program is at present limited to 431,000 kilowatts in two sta- 
tions to be brought into service during 1970 and 1971. 

The present commitments for generating station construction will in large 
measure meet requirements up to the year 1980, but to the extent that they eventu- 
ally appear to fall short of that requirement they will be supplemented as may seem 
most appropriate by any of the following: 

the installation of additional units with a maximum capacity of 331,000 kilo- 
watts at hydro-electric stations on the Mattagami River. 

the addition of fossil-fuel thermal-electric units similar to the 500,000-kilowatt 
units being installed at Nanticoke Generating Station, 

the installation of 100,000-kilowatt or 200,000-kilowatt fossil-fuel thermal- 
electric units in northwestern Ontario. 

32 



Progress on Power Developments 33 

PROGRESS ON POWER DEVELOPMENTS 

Hydro-Electric Stations 

Work was carried out at four hydro-electric sites during 1969. 

A two-unit extension to Stewartville Generating Station was placed in service 
in 1969, one unit in July and one in August. This marked the completion of the 
major work of redeveloping the potential of the Madawaska River, which involved 
the construction of Mountain Chute Generating Station and extensions to Barrett 
Chute Generating Station and Stewartville Generating Station. 

At Aubrey Falls Generating Station on the Mississagi River, construction of 
the main dam and headworks was completed, and the headpond was flooded in the 
spring of 1969. The major work was completed to permit the two units to be 
placed in service in November. At Wells Generating Station, also on the Mississagi 
River, concreting of the headworks was finished by the end of the year, and con- 
creting in the powerhouse area, including the penstock envelope, was about 80 per 
cent complete. Erection bay structural steel and steel for the scroll cases and pen- 
stocks were all in place. The tailrace has been excavated and flooded. 

Construction at Lower Notch, near the mouth of the Montreal River, is being 
carried out by H. G. Acres & Co. Ltd. During the year, excavation in the power- 
house, spillway, and headworks areas was completed, in the main dam and reser- 
voir area it was almost complete, and excavation in the canal was under way. 
Clearing of the headpond was well advanced. Concreting was proceeding for the 
headworks and powerhouse, and following the erection of structural steel, the 
powerhouse itself was closed in to permit erection of the turbines during the 
winter. The penstocks were completed. The reservoir dike was under construction. 

Thermal-Electric Stations 

Four thermal-electric stations, including two nuclear-electric stations, were un- 
i der construction, and engineering is proceeding for a fifth, which will be the first 
oil-fired station of the Commission. Two units were placed in service at Lambton 
Generating Station, near Sarnia, in 1969, one in April and the other in October. 
Work on the other two units now scheduled for service in 1970 is progressing satis- 
factorily. By the end of 1969, the boiler for Unit 3 had been fired and the commis- 
sioning of auxiliary systems was under way. 

At Pickering Generating Station, most of the permanent mechanical and elec- 
trical equipment for Unit 1 had been delivered, and the installation of the reactor, 
turbine-generator, and allied systems was well advanced by the end of the year. 
Deliveries of fuel bundles for the initial charge were made during the year. All ma- 
t jor civil construction work was completed for the first two units, and was proceed- 
ing for Units 3 and 4. With the station superintendent and operating staff estab- 
lished in their permanent quarters at the station, commissioning of systems and 
equipment for Unit 1 was begun. 



34 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

Summary of the Power Development Program 
as at December 31, 1969 

Number of Units Installed Estimated 

Development In Service Scheduled for Service Capacity Cost 

kw $ 

Lambton— south of Sarnia 2 TC 1969 2 TC 1970 2,000,000 255,340,001 

Pickering— east of Toronto j \ ™ T {gyjljg^} ^^s'ooo} 662 » 000 .00 | 

Lower Notch— Montreal River. . . 2H 1971 228,000 69,312,00( 
Nanticoke — Lake Erie near Port 

Dover 4 TC 1971-1974 2,000,000 340,003,00( 

Lennox— west of Kingston 4 TC 1974-1977 2,295,000 *303,013,00( 

n ir- « a- / 4 TN 1975-1978 3,200,000) ^, nnnnfl( 

Bruce-near Kincardine j Auxiliary TCT x45;000/ *944,000,00l 

Wells— Mississagi River 2 H 1970 203,300 28,884,001 

x Tentative capacity. 
H — Hydro-electric. 

TN, TC, TCT— Thermal-electric nuclear, conventional, and combustion-turbine 
respectively. 

3 These costs do not include an allowance for estimated escalation during the period o 
construction. 



Work was under way at the end of the year for the preparation of the site fo 
Bruce Generating Station to the north of Douglas Point Nuclear Power Statioi 
near Kincardine. 

At Nanticoke Generating Station, near Port Dover, the boiler house and th< 
service bay for the first unit were ready for the commencement of boiler erection 
scheduled for January 1970. The 650-foot concrete stack shell was completed ii 
September. Work on the slip dock, forebay, outfall channel, and ash lagoon wa 
well advanced. The cooling-water intake tunnel, on which work began in Septem 
ber, is scheduled for completion in August 1970. The first unit is scheduled to re 
ceive steam late in 1971. 

Following survey work, geological investigations, and environmental studies 
site layout studies for Lennox Generating Station were completed and the locatioi 
of the powerhouse was established. The turbine-generators had been ordered, am 
tenders for the oil-fired boiler were being evaluated at the year end. Genera 
engineering work was proceeding. 



TRANSFORMER STATIONS AND TRANSMISSION LINES 

The 500-kv facilities were expanded in 1969 by the placing in service of th 
new Porcupine Transformer Station, a 500 — 115-kv station near Timmins, and b 
the addition of the third 500 — 230-kv, 360,000-kva, 3-phase autotransformer a 
Kleinburg Transformer Station. Sites are being obtained as required for the exten 
sion of the high-voltage network between Toronto and Hamilton. 



Transformer Stations and Transmission Lines 



35 



Expenditures on Capital Construction, 1960-1969 



1960. 
1961... 

1962... 
1963... 

1964. . 

1965 . . 
1966. 
1967... 
1968 
1969. 

Total 



Genera- 
tion 



$'000 
82,506 
77,939 
59,741 
49,301 
55,908 

90,420 
131,900 
154,889 
192,772 
273,082 



Transfor- 
mation 



$'000 
16,624 
10,693 
11,754 
12,109 
16,775 

18,734 
22,593 
30,128 
38,270 
62.507 



Trans- 
mission 



$'000 
12,230 
11,446 
21,118 
22,391 
16,250 

19,727 
21,607 
26,774 
53,439 
60,128 



Retail 
Distribu- 
tion 



$'000 
18,120 
18,954 
18,102 
18,073 
18,623 

18,066 
20,256 
22,280 
23,276 
28,567 



Other 



$'000 
2,559 
4,624 
3,709 
6,283 
2,565 

3,004 
*14,908 
*18,075 
*21,583 
*22,411 



Total 



$'000 

132,039 

123,656 

114,424 

108,157 

110,121 

149,951 
211,264 
252,146 
329,340 
446,695 



168,458 



240,187 



265,110 



204,317 



99,72 



1,977,793 



"These figures include investment in tools and equipment, now classified as fixed assets but shown 
in previous years as current assets. 



Three new transformer stations on the 230-kv network were placed in service 
in 1969, Windsor-Lauzon Transformer Station, Agincourt Transformer Station, 
and St. Isidore Transformer Station, and additional capacity was placed in service 
at eight other stations. During 1970, equipment installation will be completed at 
four transformer stations associated with the tie-line between the East and West 
Systems. Property acquisition and clearing are under way for stations on the 230- 
kv Manitoba-Ontario interconnection now under construction. 

On the 115-kv network, additional capacity was placed in service at ten sta- 
tions, three in the Toronto area. 

Transmission lines in service were extended by the net addition of 129 circuit 
miles during 1969 to reach a total of 20,037 circuit miles at the end of the year. 






SECTION V 



RESEARCH AND TESTING ACTIVITIES 

The Commission's research and testing activities involve studies of a wide vari 
ety of problems related to the design, construction, operation, and mainte 
nance of the power system, and to the efficient use of electricity. 

Of particular importance in 1969 was the initiation of a concentrated progran 
for improving the appearance of overhead transmission lines and making mon 
economical use of rights of way. These objectives are likely to be achieved chiefb 
through the introduction of new materials and new design criteria which, by lower 
ing requirements for insulation and conductor clearances, will reduce tower dimen- 
sions. 

Studies of air pollution and its control were intensified in 1969 and integratec 
into a co-ordinated research program. A comprehensive review was made of worl 
now under way in the United States and elsewhere on the development of processes 
for the removal of sulphur dioxide from the flue gases of large thermal-electric sta- 
tions. The review indicated that none of these processes has yet been developed tc 
a stage where its effectiveness and economy would warrant large-scale application 
The dry limestone injection process, however, shows good possibilities, and Ontark 
Hydro has analysed selected limestones from Ontario quarries to determine theii 
suitability for this use. Plans are under way for a full-scale trial of the process. The 
Commission is also investigating wet-scrubbing and electrical processes for remov-, 
ing sulphur dioxide from flue gases. Processes that were under consideration foi 
removing the sulphur from coal before combustion now show little likelihood oi 
successful further development. 

The Commission in 1969 entered into a co-operative arrangement with a num- 
ber of electrical utilities in the United States to provide financial support for a pro- 
gram of flue-gas desulphurization research now being carried out jointly by twc 
large companies with special interests in this field. The process under developmeni 
uses a dry sorbent material to remove sulphur dioxide from the flue .gases and ther 
release it to a recovery plant. The process is sufficiently promising that a pilol 
plant is expected to be installed and operating on the system of one of the co-oper- 
ating utilities by 1973. 

36 



SECTION VI 



STAFF RELATIONS 

The average number of employees on the staff during 1969 was 21,686 in to- 
tal, including 14,713 regular and 6,973 temporary employees, the latter for 
the most part engaged on construction projects. 

Manpower Resources and Development 

The steadily rising demand for accommodation at the Conference and Develop- 
ment Centre, near Orangeville, since its opening in January 1968, prompted the 
Commission in March 1969 to proceed with the expansion of the Centre. Con- 
struction began in the early autumn, and the expanded facilities, when completed 
1 late in 1970, will have about twice their original capacity, a total of 205 bedrooms 
, and 28 training areas, including trades shops and technical laboratories, as well as 
conference and ,group-study rooms. In the meantime, supplementary residential ac- 
commodation is being obtained in motels in the area adjacent to the Centre, and 
alternative training facilities are being provided as required in other localities, one 
| of the more significant being the Centre established at Nobel, north of Parry 
Sound, in the spring of 1969 for the training of line-construction forces. 

37 



38 Staff Relations 

In 1969 the Commission undertook supervisory and linemen training on behalf 
of municipal utilities. Three supervisory courses and two linemen courses were 
held. It is expected that these programs will be expanded in the future. 

Courses representing approximately 600 man-weeks of training were given to 
management and supervisory staff. Approximately 25 per cent of these courses 
were designed for specific units in the Commission's organization, 25 per cent were 
for the supervisory staff and employees of the municipal utilities, and 50 per cent 
were generally available to interested Hydro management staff. 

Training and upgrading of tradesmen and supervisory employees already on 
the staff continue at a high level, as well as developmental training for newly en- 
gaged employees, in order to meet the high technical requirements of the organiza- 
tion today. The necessity of this type of training is beyond question, but increasing 
attention is now being directed towards the evaluation of its cost and effectiveness. 

During the year research was undertaken to develop and test new methods 
for the selection of area office supervisors and nuclear trades personnel. In ad- 
dition considerable concerted effort in 1969 was invested in designing and testing 
some new methods aimed at the early identification of those employees who show 
promise as possible managers, to be followed by their development in accordance 
with such individual needs as are disclosed, first by an objective analysis of their 
job performance, and second by their response to simulated management situa- 
tions. 

In meeting its requirements for technical staff, the Commission undertook in 
1969 to employ technologists for much of the work previously performed only by 
engineers. As these graduates of the colleges of applied arts and technology be- 
come increasingly available, this policy will be expanded. 



Labour Relations 

On March 10, 1969, a new agreement was signed with the 9,600-member On- 
tario Hydro Employees Union, Local 1000 of the Canadian Union of Public Em- 
ployees, following thirteen months of bargaining, resort to conciliation procedures, 
and in the end concerted pressure by the union in the form of work-to-rule tactics, 
refusal of overtime work, and a so-called rotating strike. The publication of the 
1968 Annual Report somewhat later in the year permitted reference to this settle- 
ment, as well as to other negotiations still pending, as delayed 1968 activity. The 
labour relations climate then prevailing remained relatively unchanged throughout 
1969. Subsequent to this settlement, formal bargaining on the union's request for 
broad improvement in the pension plan terminated in the submission of this item 
for conciliation, where it was still under review at the end of the year. 

The OHEU settlement in March also called for a joint examination of the feasi- 
bility of a plan for the evaluation of trades jobs. The chairman of the joint study 
which was undertaken reported in December advising that such a plan was not ap- 
propriate. 



Labour Relations 39 

Resolution of most OHEU grievance disputes was achieved under the regular 
provisions of the collective agreement. The issue of two grievances, however, is still 
not settled. One questioned the Commission's decision to remit to the employees a 
portion of the premium contributions which have been based, in part, on the for- 
mer private medical plan. These contributions exceed the premium require- 
ments of the provincially administered Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan. 
This was still awaiting the decision of the arbitrator at the end of the year. The 
second is the precedent established by the Ontario Labour Relations Board in sus- 
taining the union's position that employees suspended for refusing to work over- 
time during the period of the rotating strike were in fact being subjected to dis- 
crimination because of their union activity. The Commission has taken this judg- 
ment to the Court of Appeal for further consideration. 

Agreement was reached also in March 1969 with the Canadian Union of Oper- 
ating Engineers, extending to the 440 operating and trades employees at J. Clark 
Keith Generating Station and Richard L. Hearn Generating Station terms compa- 
rable to those established for the OHEU agreement. 

During 1968, the Canadian Union of Operating Engineers had applied for cer- 
tification as bargaining agent for 400 operators and tradesmen then represented by 
the OHEU. Following a vote directed by the Ontario Labour Relations Board in 
1969, these employees chose to remain in the OHEU. 

In its protracted negotiations with the Allied Construction Council, Ontario 
Hydro continued to withstand renewed pressure by the unions on those items 
which on principle it had been unwilling to concede in negotiations that led to the 
construction strike in 1967. These items were the closed shop, union control over 
employment procedures and product usage, union membership for foremen, and 
the method for dealing with jurisdictional disputes. The number of unions repre- 
sented by the Council, which had been as high as 18 at the time of its formation, 
and had declined to ten in 1968, further declined to eight in 1969 with the with- 
drawal of the Bricklayers', Masons', and Plasterers' International Union and the 
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. At the end of 1969, the Electri- 
cal Workers were still bargaining for a separate agreement. The agreement reached 
. with the Allied Construction Council in March was signed in August for a two-year 
, period ending in July 1970, and separate agreements were negotiated with four 
other unions representing employees in construction activities — The Hotel, Res- 
taurant, and Bartenders' International Union and the three unions respectively rep- 
, resenting office workers, carpenters, and pipefitters. 

During the first 11 months of 1969, there were 14 strikes either by Commis- 
, sion employees or by employees of contractors at major construction sites, almost 
1 all of them illegal strikes under the laws of the province. Many of these work stop- 
1 pages, for the most part only for short periods of up to five days, were the result of 
inter-union rivalry over job jurisdiction. As one means of bringing this type of irre- 
sponsible behaviour under control, the Commission applied to the Ontario Labour 



40 Staff Relations 

Relations Board for permission to prosecute a group engaged in an illegal strike at 
Pickering Generating Station. With the consent of the Board, this was undertaken. 

The growing strength of unions in the construction industry has led employers 
to recognize the need for co-operation on their part in the collective bargaining 
process. A leading role in this development has now been taken by the Ontario 
Federation of Construction Associations. The Commission is represented on the 
Association's Labour Bureau and on its Executive Council. 



Medical Services 

The medical program is increasingly directed towards the solution of problems 
arising from hazards in the work environment, and is subject to continuous expan- 
sion in the complex power utility industry today. 

Lectures and discussions on dust inhalation and the prevention of asbestosis 
have been given to thermal-electric-station employees. More intensive training in 
first aid has been given at these stations, bringing the qualification of some employ- 
ees up to St. John Ambulance certificate level and qualifying others as instructors. 
A staff physician visits each of the two large thermal-electric stations in the Toron- 
to area for a half day each week in order to deal with medical problems and to 
become familiar with environment health situations. 

Encouraging progress is being made in the effort to identify persons affected by 
problem drinking and alcoholism, and in the treatment of these employees at a new 
industrial clinic, which is being operated by the Alcoholism and Drug Addiction 
Research Foundation. In other situations where employees find their capacity to 
meet the physical, mental, or emotional demands of their work affected by partial 
or serious disability, the procedures and policies for dealing with these problems 
are being developed and refined. 

Protection against radiation is an important aspect of nuclear-station operation, 
and every effort is being directed not only to keeping courses of instruction up to 
date, but also to developing adequate numbers of instructors to meet the increasing 
demands now falling on the staff of health physicists. 

A radiological bio-assay service is being established at the Nuclear Power 
Demonstration station for the measurement of biological effects of radio-nuclides 
on the human body. A control service is planned for Pickering Generating Station 
for the measurement of radioactive dose, whether caused by external sources or 
by absorption of radioactive elements in the body. 



Accident Prevention 

While the disabling injury frequency rate for the entire staff rose in 1969 to 12 
per million man-hours worked as compared with 11 in 1968, improvement in this 
rate was achieved by two of the larger employee groups — Services, and Regions 
— the latter to a new low of 5.5. A rise in the severity rate from 900 to 1200 



Pension and Insurance Fund 41 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



PENSION AND INSURANCE FUND 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS 
as at December 31, 1969 

Investments 

Bonds and stocks — $ 
Federal and Provincial government and government-guaranteed bonds (par 

value $162,021,000) 156,722,251 

Corporation bonds (par value $38,775,000) 38,688,546 

Stocks 56,980,022 

Total bonds and stocks (approximate market value $208,687,000) 252,390,819 

First mortgages on real estate 24,160,969 

Real property leased to others 372,525 

Total investments 276,924,313 

Cash 236,273 

Accrued interest 2,802,729 

Receivable from The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 3,269,396 

283,232,711 



Notes 

1. The most recent actuarial valuation of the pension plan was made as at December 31, 1968, 
in compliance with the requirements of The Pension Benefits Act 1965. This valuation indicated 
that the plan had an unfunded liability of approximately $13,700,000. Current contributions 
have been made on a basis sufficient to meet actuarial requirements, and include an amount 
sufficient to recover this deficiency within the period of time required bv The Pension Benefits 
Act 1965. 

2. In the above statement, bonds are included at amortized cost, stocks at cost, first mortgages 
on real estate at balance of principal outstanding, and real property at cost less amortization. 



AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the statement of assets of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario Pension and 
Insurance Fund as at December 31, 1969. Our examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and 
such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion the accompanying statement presents fairly the assets of the fund as at December 31, 1969. 

Toronto, Canada, CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

April 3, 1970. Chartered Accountants. 



42 Staff Relations 

reflects the regrettable fact that five employees lost their lives through fatal acci- 
dents in 1969, three from electrical contacts and two from falls. The motor vehicle 
accident frequency rate also increased in 1969 to 11 accidents per million miles 
driven from 9 in 1968. 

Ontario Hydro's accident prevention objectives and the responsibilities of em- 
ployees and management at various levels were clearly delineated in a new accident 
prevention policy recently issued. Accident prevention effort is constantly pro- 
moted through line management, and through regular training, both at the supervi- 
sory and at the tradesman level. 

Pension and Insurance Fund 

The Pension and Insurance Fund is administered by the Commission in trust 
on behalf of participants in the Plan, whose benefits are protected under The Pen- 
sion Benefits Act 1965. The Commission's Pension Plan is now integrated with the 
Canada Pension Plan, and the employee's contribution for pension benefits is fixed 
at 5 per cent of gross base pay. Only that part of the employee's contribution 
which exceeds his premium requirements under the Canada Pension Plan is re- 
tained in the Pension Fund. The Commission in its turn, after meeting its obliga- 
tions under the Canada Pension Plan, undertakes to make further contributions to 
the Pension Fund sufficient to maintain the Fund's adequacy to meet all actuarial 
requirements, and also underwrites the entire cost for the administration of the 
Fund. Since the enactment of The Pension Benefits Act, and even prior thereto, 
evaluations of the Fund by an independent actuary have been the basis for estab- 
lishing the level of contribution required of the Commission. In these evaluations, 
now made under the regulations established by the Act, due recognition is given to 
changes in benefits established both for active and for retired employees. 



APPENDIX I — OPERATIONS 



The table of power resources and requirements on pages 46 and 47 gives for each 
system and in total the primary peak requirements for the month of December, 
and the dependable capacity of the Commission's resources at that time. A 
separate table on the two preceding pages gives the December dependable capacity 
and maximum output of the major Commission-owned stations and the major 
sources of purchased power. In any comparison of total requirements and 
resources, allowance should be made for that part of total requirements which may 
be interrupted over the peak period in accordance with contract terms accepted by 
the customer. In 1968 this was in the order of 316 megawatts. 

The dependable capacity of a hydro-electric generating station is the estimated 
output which an analysis of historical stream-flow conditions indicates the station 
is capable of producing 98 per cent of the time. It can be expected to exceed this 
output in 49 out of 50 years. Since the stations so rated are distributed on many 
widely separated watersheds, and since all would not be simultaneously affected by 
low stream flows, the total hydro-electric generating capacity of the system is 
estimated to be greater than the sum of the various station capacities by an 
allowance for this diversity. The dependable peak capacity of a thermal-electric 
station is the net output of its fully commissioned units, but units in a fairly 
advanced stage of commissioning are occasionally included at a conservatively 
estimated proportion of their rated capacity. In any event, the margin of reserve 
capacity is conservatively measured both in the calculation of requirements and in 
the calculation of capacity. 

Statistics on peak loads and capacities are given in the Report in kilowatts, but 
they may be conveniently converted to horsepower on the basis that one 
horsepower is equivalent to approximately 0.746 kilowatts. 

The Analysis of Energy Sales on pages 48 and 49 shows how the 
kilowatt-hours made available by the Commission and the associated municipal 
utilities were distributed to the various classes of ultimate customers or to 
interconnected systems. The table on Disposal of Energy by the Commission 
reconciles these figures with system primary energy requirements and the total 
energy generated and purchased by the Commission. 

43 



44 



Appendix I — Operations 



THE COMMISSION'S POWER RESOURCES— 1969 



East System 

River Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 

Niagara ttSir Adam Beck — Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck — Niagara No. 2 

Pumping — Generating Station 

**Ontario Power 

**Toronto Power 

Welland Canal DeCew Falls No. 1 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to Niagara River stations to compensate for use 
of water by Ontario Hydro rather than by another producer. 

St. Lawrence Robert H. Saunders — St. Lawrence 

Ottawa Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls (Ontario half) 

Madawaska Mountain Chute 

Barrett Chute 

Stewartville 

Abitibi ftAbitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Mississagi Aubrey Falls 

George W. Rayner 

Red Rock Falls 

Mattagami Kipling 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Various Other hydro-electric generating stations 

Diversity — Adjustment to compensate for difference between 
the calculation of capacity on an individual plant basis and 
for the system as a whole 

Total hydro-electric — East System 

Location Thermal-Electric Generating Stations 

Courtright Lambton 

Windsor J. Clark Keith 

Toronto Lakeview 

Richard L. Hearn 

Rolphton Nuclear Power Demonstration 

Combustion turbines 

Total thermal -electric — East System 

Total generated — East System 



Dependable 
Capacity* 



kw 



420.000 

1,287,000 

108,000 



31,000 
124,000 

75,000 
817,000 
371,000 
193,000 
115,000 

77,000 
165,000 
159,000 
162,000 
226,000 
177,000 
146,000 

46,000 

40,000 
142,000 
125,000 
125,000 
150,600 



41,400 



5,173,000 



537,000 

259,000 

2,318,000 

1,193,000 

321,000 



4,628,000 



Maximum 
Output* 



kw 



428,000 
1,245,000 

130,000 

100,000 
37,000 
31,500 

138,000 



866,000 
377,000 
216,000 
119,000 
84,000 
166,000 
172,000 
167,000 
226,000 
178,500 
163,000 
46,500 
40,220 
144,000 
134,000 
137,500 
149,105 



1,000,000 

245,000 

2,265,000 

1,041,000 

23,100 

259,400 



9,801,000 



Annual Energy 
Output (Net)f 



kwh 



3,117,552,080 
8,972,682,400 
122,829,900 
552,615,000 
184,017,250 
154,315,840 
911,814,400 



6,925,687,000 

2,394,622,200 

1,213,984,700 

755,940,000 

539,908,200 

316,055,500 

320,039,000 

276,973,900 

1,329,110,500 

881,458,000 

32,62 7,100 

313,219,960 

203,986,000 

735,558,500 

580,574,300 

726,661,300 

949,634,938 



32,266,208,168 



1,265,208,900 

967,296,100 

11,328.881,000 

5,005,824,700 

82,268,000 

132,722,180 



18,782,200,880 



51,048,409,048 



Capacity and Output of Resources 



45 



THE COMMISSION'S POWER RESOURCES— 1969 



East System — Continued 

Sources of Purchased Power 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited — Douglas Point 

Detroit Edison Company 

tfNiagara Mohawk Power Corporation 

♦♦Canadian Niagara Power Company 

Power Authority of the State of New York 

ttQuebec Hydro-Electric Commission 

Maclaren Quebec Power Company 

Ottawa Valley Power Company 

ttAbitibi Paper Company Limited 

Great Lakes Power Corporation Limited 

Miscellaneous (relatively small suppliers) 

Total purchased — East System 



West System 

River Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 

Nipigon Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

English Caribou Falls 

Manitou Falls 

Kaministikwia Silver Falls 

Winnipeg Whitedog Falls 

Aguasabon Aguasabon 

Various Other hydro-electric generating stations 

Diversity — Adjustment to compensate for difference between 
the calculation of capacity on an individual plant basis and 
for the system as a whole 

Total hydro-electric — West System 

Location Thermal-Electric Generating Stations 

Thunder Bay Thunder Bay 

Various Combustion turbines and diesel-electric 

Total thermal-electric — West System 

Total generated — West System 

Sources of Purchased Power 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board 

Ontario Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company Limited 

Total purchased — West System 

Total generated 

Total purchased 

Total generated and purchased 



Dependable- 
Capacity * 

kw 



208, 000 



348,000 
93,000 

77,000 

3,800 
1,500 



731,300 



115,200 
76,400 
62,000 
75,700 
60,000 
45,600 
52,600 
46,100 
29,200 



580,500 



100,000 
29,000 



129,000 



709,500 



10 510,500 
731,300 



11,241800 



Maximum 
Output* 



kw 



150,000 
450,000 
414,000 

31,000 
350,000 
581,400 
107,000 

84,000 

41,300 
4,218 

35,300 



136,000 
78,000 
64,500 
76,500 
67,200 
41,600 
57,000 
46,000 
38.600 



61,000 
20,300 



7.500 
10,000- 



Annual I 
Outpui 

kwh 



411,496,675 

982,983,800 

474,922,000 

13,026,000 

774.815,000 

3,036,639,360 

579,742,000 

541,342,800 

52,884,528 

18,336,777 

15,403,240 



6,901,592,180 



853,184,000 
600,124,000 
486,138,000 
607,311,201) 
511,102,600 
309,965.000 
440,123,200 
298,777,230 
289,580,800 



4,396,306,030 



87,855.000 
1,297,200 

89,152,200 



4,485,458,230 



12.145.639 

1.204.000 



13,349.639 



55.533,867.278 
6 914.941.819 



62.448.809.097 



* The power capacity and output reported in this table are the 20-minute peaks for the month of December. Since 
the various maximum outputs do not coincide, their sum is not the peak load of the system. 

t Net output of generating stations or total received from supplier. 

* 25 cycles per second. 

t 25 and 60 cycles per second. 



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Appendix I — Operations 

POWER RESOURCES AND REQUIREMENTS 



Dependable Peak Capacity 
Generated — Hydro-electric . . . 
Thermal-electric . 



Total generated. 



Purchased . 



Total generated and purchased 



Reserve or Deficiency 

*Primary Power Requirements 

Ratio of Reserve or Deficiency to Requirements % . 



EAST SYSTEM 



1968 
kw 

4,931,000 
3,974,000 

8,905,000 

723,600 

9,628,600 

241,164 

9,387,436 

2.6 



1969 
kw 

5,173,000 
4,628,000 

9.801,000 

731,300 

10,532.300 

607,829 

9.924,471 

6.1 



Net Increase 


kw 


% 


242.000 


4.9 


654.000 


16.5 


896.000 


10.1 


7,700 


1.1 


903,700 


9.4 


366,665 


152.0 


537,035 


5.7 



ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY THE COMMISSION 





1968 


1969 


Increase 
or 

Decrease 


East System 
Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric and 
combustion-turbine 


kw 

31,043,429,325 
15,748,539,400 


h 

51,772,542.570 
2,704,263,944 


kw 

32,266,208,168 
18.782,200,880 


h 

55,081,675,744 
2,866,475,484 


per cent 

3.9 

19. J 

9.1 
10.2 

6,4 
6.0 

6.4 




46,791,968,725 
7,684,837,789 


51.048,409,048 

6,901,592,180 

1,850.000 


Purchased 


Primary 

Secondary 


Total 


54,476,806,514 


54,476,806,514 


57,948,151,228 


57,948,151,228 


West System 
Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric, 

combustion-turbine, and 


4,028,625,815 
112,226,173 


4,016,781,128 
199,912,483 


4,396,306,030 
89,152,200 


4,343,833,450 
156,824,419 


9.1 

20.6 

8.3 
82.4 

8.1 
21.6 

6.7 






4,140,851,988 
75,841,623 


4,485,458,230 

13,349,639 

1,850,000 


Purchased 


Primary 

Secondary 


Total 


4,216,693,611 


4,216,693,611 


4,500,657,869 


4,500,657,869 


Total 

Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric, 

combustion-turbine and 
diesel-electric 


35,072,055,140 
15,860,765,573 


55,789,323,698 
2,904,176,427 


36,662,514,198 
18,871,353,080 


59,425,509,194 
3,023,299,903 


4.5 

19.0 

9.0 
10.9 

6.5 
4.1 

6.4 




Total generated 


50,932,820,713 
7,760,679.412 


55,533,867,278 
6,914,941,819 


Purchased 


Primary 


Secondary 




Total 


58,693,500,125 


58,693,500,125 


62,448,809,097 


62,448,899,097 












. 



Power Resources and Requirements 
-DECEMBER 1968 AND 1969 



47 



1968 
kw 

580,500 
129,000 

709,500 

709,500 

102,560 

606,940 

16.9 



WEST SYSTEM 



1969 
kw 

580,500 
129,000 

709,500 

709,500 

78,620 

630,880 

12.5 



Net Increase 
kw % 



23,940 23.3 

23,940 3.9 



1968 

kw 

5,511,500 
4,103,000 

9,614,500 

723,600 

10,338,100 



9,994,376 



TOTAL 


1969 


Net Increase 


kw 


kw 


% 


5,753,500 


242,000 


4.4 


4,757,000 


654,000 


15.9 


10,510,500 


896,000 


9.3 


731,300 


7,700 


1.1 


11,241,800 


903,700 


8.7 


10,555,351 


560,975 


5.6 



* The capacities shown are those available for a 20-minute period at the times of system primary peak demand in 
December, the capacity of purchased power sources being based on the terms of the purchased contract. Require- 
ments shown are the December coincident peaks for each system and their arithmetical sum. Some part of East 
System requirements is subject to interruption over the peak period in accordance with contract terms accepted by 
customers, the total possible load subject to interruption at the time of the 1969 peak being 316,000 kw. 



DISPOSAL OF ENERGY BY THE COMMISSION 
1969 



Sales to Municipalities 

Sales to Direct Customers 

— Interconnected Systems 



Primary 

36,1 26,529, 150x 
12.161,834,643 
224,361, 109x 

48,512,724,902 



Secondary 



96,827,432 
2,869,089.214 



2,965,916,646 



TOTAL 

36,126,529,150 
12,258,662,075 
3,093,450,32 3 

51,478,641,548 



Retail Sales 

In Towns and Villages 

In Rural Areas 

To Special Customers 

— Interconnected Systems 



Total Commission Sales. 



Distribution Losses and Unaccounted for. 
Transmission Losses and Unaccounted for. 



Total Primary Demand and Secondary Load Carried 



272,889,371 
5,956,936,100 
648,749,561 
42,186,015x 

6,920.761,047 

55,433,485,949 

470,287,649 
3,521,735,596* 

59,425,509,194 



13,945,977 



13,945,977 



2,979,862,623 



43,437,280* 



3,023,299.903 



272,889,371 

5,956,936,100 

662,695.538 

42,186,015 

6,934,707,024 

58,413.348.572 

470,287.649 
3,565,172,876 

62,448,809,097 



*The apportioning of transmission losses to primary and secondary loads is estimated. 

xThe three quantities of primary energy thus indicated amounting in total to 36,393,076,2 74 kwh were delivered for 

rr*ale. 






48 



Appendix I — Operations 



ANALYSIS OF 
by the Commission and Associated 



Sales by Associated 

Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 

Listed in 

Statement A 



Ultimate use: 
Residential service 

Continuous Occupancy. 

Intermittent Occupancy 



Total sales residential-type service. 
Commercial service 



Industrial power service — primary. . 
— secondary . 



Farm service . . . 
Street Lighting. 



Unclassified as to ultimate use: 

To interconnected systems for resale — primary. . 

— secondary. 



Total sales to ultimate customers and for resale. 

Adjustments: 

Distribution losses and unaccounted for — M.E.U.. 



Generated by M.E.U. listed in Statement A. 



Purchased by M.E.U. listed in Statement A from sources other than 
the Commission 



Commission sales to municipalities and to direct and retail customers 

Distribution losses and unaccounted for — Commission 

Transmission losses and unaccounted for — Commission 

Generated and purchased by the Commission 



kwh 
11,920,728,345 



11,920,728,345 

8,039,781,596 

14,802,961,126 

427,479,436 



35,190,950,503 

1,207,392,667 
227,181,220 

44,632,800 



36,126,529,150 



*Formerly direct customers having loads of for the most part, under 5000 kw and classified 
for administrative purposes with retail customers. 



Analysis of Energy Sales 



49 



ENERGY SALES 

Municipal Electrical Utilities during 1969 



Sales by the H 


ydro-Electric Power Commission 


of Ontario 




To Retail Customers 


To Direct 
Customers 




In Certain Towns 

and Villages 

Served by Commission 

Distribution Facilities 


In Rural 
Areas 


Special* 


Total 


kwh 
160,486,155 


kwh 

2,269,511,600 
208,120,000 


kwh 


kwh 


kwh 
14,350,726,100 








208,120,000 










160,486,155 


2,477,631,600 

643,275,400 

1,319,541,500 






14,558,846,100 


88,155,228 






8,771,212,224 


20,138,738 


648,749,561 
13,945,977 


12,161,834,643 
96,827,432 


28,953,225,568 
110,773,409 




1,490,465,400 
26,022,200 


1,490,465,400 


4,109,250 






457,610,886 




42,186,015 


224,361,109 
2,869,089,214 


266,547,124 






2,869,089,214 










272,889,371 


5,956,936,100 


704,881,553 


15,352,112,398 


57,477,769,925 
1,207,392,667 










227,181,220 










44,632,800 












272,889,371 
16,999,716 


5,956,936,100 

453,287,933 


704,881,553 


15,352,112,398 


58,413,348,572 
470,287,649 








3,565,172,876 










62,448,809,097 













50 



Appendix I — Operations 



TOTAL MILEAGE OF TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 
at December 31, 1969 



1 


Line Route Miles 


Circuit Miles 


\ oltage and Structure 


At Dec. 31, 
1968 


At Dec. 31, 
1969 


At Dec. 31, 
1968 


At Dec. 31, 
1969 


East System 

500,000-volt Aluminum 


76.01 

359.51 

2.50 

3,484.48 

252.01 

1.94 

1,918.34 

1,831.52 

41.78 

2.20 

6.15 

6,364.45 


76.01 

359.51 

2.50 

3,490.10 

345.04 

1.94 

1,826.86 

1,841.62 

41.78 

2.20 

6.15 

6,535.61 


76.01 

359.51 

2.50 

4,730.54 

252.01 

3.88 

3,221.62 

1,842.74 

77.25 

2.20 

6.15 

6,832.31 


76.01 

359.51 

2.50 

4,741.64 

345.04 

3.88 

3,061.53 

1,853.93 

77.25 

2.20 

6.15 

7,014.22 


500,000- volt Steel Tower 

345, 000- volt Steel Tower. . 


230,000- volt Steel Tower. . 


230.000-volt Wood Pole. . 


230,000-volt Underground 

11 5,000- volt Steel Tower 

115,000-volt Wood Pole. . 


1 15, 000- volt Underground 

60,000-volt Steel Tower 


60,000-volt Wood Pole 


44,000-volt and less, Wood, Steel 
and Underground 


Total East System 


14,340.89 

104.60 
424.15 
917.32 
203.72 
501.54 


14,529.32 

104.60 
424.15 
917.32 
203.72 
494.75 


17,406.72 

209.20 
628.05 
917.32 
203.72 
542.89 


17,543.86 


West System 

230,000-volt Steel Tower 


209.20 
628.05 
917.32 
203.72 
535.20 


115,000-volt Steel Tower 


115,000-volt Wood Pole 

69,000-volt Wood Pole 

44,000-volt and less, Wood and Steel. . 


Total West System 


2,151.33 


2,144.54 


2,501.18 


2,493.49 




Total East and West Systems 


16,492.22 


16,673.86 


19,907.90 


20,037.35 



APPENDIX II — FINANCIAL 



Table of Financial Statements 



Statement of Operations 19 

Balance Sheet 20 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 22 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges 22 

Source and Application of Funds 24 

Notes to Financial Statements 25 

Fixed Assets in Service and under Construction 52 

Accumulated Depreciation 54 

Frequency Standardization 54 

Bonds Payable 55 

Advances from the Province of Ontario 57 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power to Municipalities 58 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power — All Customers 77 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges — by Municipalities 78 



51 



52 



Appendix II — Financial 



FIXEI 
for the Year Endei 





Ii 




Balance 

December 31, 

1968 


Change 




Placed 

in 
Service 


Relocated 

and 
Reclassified 


Power Supply Facilities 

Generating Stations 
Thermal-electric — 


$ 

490,813,807 

4,437,144 

37,555,668 


$ 

84,254,534 

47,898 

427,121 


$ 

203 

89,752 


Nuclear 


Combustion-turbine 






Total Thermal-electric 

Hydro-electric 


532,806,619 
1,419,011,475 


84,729,553 
53,072,670 


89,955 
18,598 




Total Generating Stations 

Transformer Stations 

Transmission Lines 

Communication Equipment 


1,951,818,094 

373,891,157 

399,348,158 

14,069,380 

371,821,918 


137,802,223 

52,811,704 

52,319,300 

6,243,369 

27,265,199 


71,357 

48,123 

15,688 

1,190 

39,047 


Retail Distribution Plant and 
Equipment 




Total Power Supply Facilities 


3,110,948,707 


276,441,795 


1,065 


Administrative and Service Land, 
Buildings, and Equipment 

Land and Buildings 


40,945,469 
76,430,376 


1,178,792 
11,661,361 




Office and Service Equipment 


1,065 


Total Administrative and Service 

Land, Buildings, and Equipment. 


117,375,845 


12,840,153 


1,065 


Total Fixed Assets . 


3,228,324,552 


289,281,948 









Fixed Assets 



53 



ASSETS 
December 31, 1969 



Service 


Under 

Construction 

December 31, 

1969 


Total 

Fixed Assets 

December 31, 

1969 




during Year 


Balance 

December 31, 

1969 




Retired 


EXPENDEH ll - 
DURIN(. 

1969 


$ 
28,805 


$ 

575,039,333 

4,395,290 

37,982,789 


$ 

214,137,079 
182,213,552 

325,827 


$ 

789,176,412 

186,608,842 

38,308,616 


$ 

118,062,527 
98,921,805 




593,271 






28,805 
3,816,056 


617,417,412 
1,468,286,687 


396,676,458 
68,452,227 


1,014,093,870 
1,536,738,914 


217,577,603 
55,503,929 


3,844,861 

2,263,911 

982,425 
764,563 

4,935,457 


2,085,704,099 

424,487,073 

450,669,345 

19,546,996 

394,190,707 


465,128,685 

46,962,915 

67,948,736 

6,873,921 

5,120,116 


2,550,832,784 

471,449,988 

518,618,081 

26,420,917 

399,310,823 


273,081,532 

62,507,465 

60,128,231 

8,438,147 

28,567,420 


12,791,217 


3,374,598,220 


592,034,373 


3,966,632,593 


432,722,795 


152,495 
4,366,933 


41,971,766 
83,725,869 


6,020,964 


47,992,730 
83,725,869 


2,311,244 
11,661,361 






4,519,428 


125,697,635 


6,020,964 


131,718,599 


13,972,605 


17,310,645 

1 


3,500,295,855 


598,055,337 


4,098,351,192 


446,695,400 



Disposition of Fixed Assets Retired during 1969 

Cost of fixed assets retired $17,310,645 

Deduct: 

Proceeds from sales $3,070,367 

Charges to operations 276,702 

Charges to plant under construction 140,397 3,487,466 

Net charge to accumulated depreciation $13,823,179 



54 



Appendix II — Financial 



ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 





Power Supply Facilities 


Administrative 

and Service 

Buildings and 

Equipment 






Generation, 

Transformation, 

Transmission, 

and 

Communications 


Retail 
Distribution 


Total 


Balances at December 31, 
1968 

Add: 

Provision in the year 
Charged directly to 

operations 

Charged to various 
overhead accounts. . . 


$ 
426,686,070 

44,367,321 

21,158 
360,136 

299,415 
655,304 


$ 
116,518,732 

14,056,556 


$ 
45,656,237 


$ 
588,861,039 

58,423,877 
8,778,935 


8,757,777 
326,870 

3,141 


Transfers 


33,266 

30,109 
145,061 




Excess of salvage recov- 
eries over removal 
costs on assets retired 

Other adjustments 


326,383 
800,365 




Deduct: 

Cost of fixed assets re- 
tired, less proceeds 
from sales 


471,669,132 
5,408,654 


130,783,724 
4,798,198 


54,737,743 
3,616,327 


657,190,599 
13,823,179 


Balances at December 31, 
1969 


466,260,478 


125,985,526 


51,121,416 


643,367,420 



FREQUENCY STANDARDIZATION ACCOUNT 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 

$ 
Balance at December 31, 1968 97,555,519 

Add interest for the year 3,549,543 

101,105,062 

Deduct amortization charged to cost of power 18,472,331 

Balance at December 31, 1969 82,632,731 



Bonds Payable 



55 



BONDS PAYABLE IN CANADIAN CURRENCY 
as at December 31, 1969 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest by the Province of Ontario 



Date of Maturity 



Callable 




on or after 


Date of Issue 




Jan. 1, 1930 




Feb. 15, 1960 


Apr. 1, 1968 


Apr. 1, 1950 




June 15, 1962 




July 15, 1960 
Oct. 15, 1958 


Oct. 15, 1969 




Feb. 1, 1964 
Feb. 15, 1961 
Mar. 1, 1963 
June 1, 1946 






June 1, 1961 




Nov. 15, 1961 
July 5, 1967 






Sept. 20, 1967 
Mar. 15, 1967 
June 15, 1950 




June'l5,197l 




Mar. 18, 1969 


Juiy 15, 1972 


July 15, 1956 


Oct. 15, 1972 


Oct. 15, 1956 




Dec. 1, 1969 


Feb. 15, 1972 


Feb. 15, 1957 


Jan. 15, 1974 


Jan. 15, 1956 




Oct. 1, 1969 


Nov. 15, 1974 


Nov. 15, 1957 


Jan. 5, 1975 


Jan. 5, 1967 


Mar. 1, 1975 


Mar. 1, 1955 


Apr. 1, 1974 


Apr. 1, 1957 


Mar. 1, 1976 


Mar. 1, 1958 


Oct. 15, 1976 


Oct. 15, 1958 


May 15, 1974 


May 15, 1954 




July 1, 1959 
Oct. 15, 1954 


Oct.' 15, 1974 


Feb. 15, 1978 


Feb. 15, 1960 


July 15, 1978 


July 15, 1960 


Feb. 15, 1979 


Feb. 15, 1961 


June 15, 1979 


June 15, 1962 


Mar. 1, 1980 


Mar. 1, 1963 


June 15, 1979 


June 15, 1963 


Nov. 15, 1980 


Nov. 15, 1961 


Feb. 1, 1981 


Feb. 1, 1964 


Oct. 1, 1980 


Oct. 1, 1964 


Feb. 1, 1981 


Feb. 1, 1965 


July 5, 1985 


July 5, 1967 


Jan. 4, 1984 


Jan. 4, 1966 


Apr. 15, 1984 


Apr. 15, 1966 


July 5, 1984 


July 5, 1966 


Jan. 5, 1985 


Jan. 5, 1967 


Sept. 20, 1985 


Sept. 20, 1967 


Mar. 15, 1986 


Mar. 15, 1967 


Apr. 1, 1988 


Apr. 1, 1968 


Aug. 15, 1988 


Aug. 15, 1968 


Sept. 18, 1988 


Sept. 18, 1968 


Mar. 18, 1989 


Mar. 18, 1969 


May 1, 1989 


May 1, 1969 


Oct. 1, 1989 


Oct. 1, 1969 


Dec. 1, 1989 


Dec. 1, 1969 



Interest Rate 



Principal 
Outstanding 
Dec. 31, 1969 



Jan. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
June 
July 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
June 
Nov. 
July- 
Sept. 
Mar. 
June 
Mar. 

July 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

May 

July 

Oct. 

Feb. 

July 

Feb. 

June 

Mar. 

June 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

July 

Jan. 

Apr. 

July 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

May 

Oct. 

Dec. 



1, 1970 
15, 1970 
1, 1970 
15, 1970 
15, 1970 
15, 1970 
1, 1971 
15, 1971 
1, 1971 
1, 1971 
15, 1971 
5, 1972 
20, 1972 
15, 1973 
15, 1973 
18, 1974 
15, 1974 
15, 1974 
1, 1974 
15, 1975 
15, 1976 
1, 1976 
15, 1976 
5, 1977 
1, 1977 
1, 1977 
1, 1978 
15, 1978 
15, 1979 
1, 1979 
15, 1979 
15, 1980 
15, 1980 
15, 1981 
15, 1982 
1, 1983 
15, 1983 
15, 1983 
1, 1984 
1, 1984 
1, 1985 
5, 1987 

4, 1988 
15, 1988 

5, 1988 
5, 1989 

20, 1989 

15, 1990 

1, 1992 

15, 1992 

18, 1992 

18, 1994 

1, 1994 

1, 1994 

1, 1994 



% 

6 

3 
*A 

SH 
*A 

5 

5M 
5 

6 

63^ 

5% 
3 

1A 

4 

±A 
SA 

4M 
4 

5 

6M 

3A 

5 

*A 

5 

3A 

5% 

3A 

6 

SA 
SA 
5 

5 

5M 

5H 

5M 

6H 

5% 

6 

6 

6M 

6A 

6 

7 

7 

7 

7% 

m 

m 
sa 



lotal bonds payable in Canadian currency 



6,789,500 
13,259,500 
51,497,000 
10,199,000 
4,502,500 
4,512,000 
14,855,800 
4,959,000 
13,255,000 
18,034,000 
6,592,500 
14,839,000 
11,950,000 
10,974,500 
54,300,000 
20,000,000 
46,723,500 
24,698,500 
20,000,000 
32,956,000 
44,309,500 
15,000,000 
34,776,000 
14,960,000 
38,481,000 
74,495,000 
33,021,500 
46,220,500 
34,492,000 
29,371,500 
49,833,000 
26,652,000 
36,674,000 
39,855,000 
34,200,000 
41,715,500 
52,625,000 
40,697,000 
52,008,800 
55,428,000 
71,337,500 
24,632,000 
51,399,000 
48,401,500 
47,320,000 
39,925,500 
27,903,000 
46,558,000 
43,522,000 
48,843,000 
63,875,000 
35,000,000 
38,935,000 
25,000,000 
30,000,000 



1,822,364,100 






56 



Appendix II — Financial 






BONDS PAYABLE IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY 
as at December 31, 1969 






Held by the Province of Ontario and having terms identical with issues sold in the United States by th 
Province of Ontario on behalf of the Commission 











Principal 




Callable 






Outstanding 


Date of Maturity 


on or after 


Date of Issue 


Interest Rate 


Dec. 31, 1969 


May 15, 1971 


May 15, 1956 


May 15, 1951 


% 


$ 
41,735,000 


Sept. 1, 1972 


Sept. 1, 1956 


Sept. 1, 1951 


3^ 


40,985,000 


Feb. 1, 1975 


Feb. 1, 1958 


Feb. 1, 1953 


3M 


45,184,000 


Nov. 1, 1978 


Nov. 1, 1958 


Nov. 1, 1953 


3^ 


47,503,000 


Mar. 15, 1980 


Mar. 15, 1959 


Mar. 15, 1954 


V/s 


29,440,000 


May 15, 1981 


May 15, 1961 


May 15, 1956 


3^ 


43,045,000 


Feb. 1, 1984 


Feb. 1, 1969 


Feb. 1, 1959 


4M 


70,915,000 


Sept. 15, 1990 


Sept. 15, 1975 


Sept. 15, 1965 


&A 


49,460,000 


Apr. 1, 1996 


Apr. 1, 1981 


Apr. 1, 1966 


5V 2 


34,465,000 


Apr. 15, 1997 


Apr. 15, 1982 


Apr. 15, 1967 


5 5 A 


63,337,000 


Dec. 1, 1997 


Dec. 1, 1982 


Dec. 1, 1967 


6V 8 


74,980,000 


Aug. 1, 1998 


Aug. 1, 1983 


Aug. 1, 1968 


1% 


74,835,000 


Feb. 15, 1999 


Feb. 15, 1984 


Feb. 15, 1969 


1% 


75,000,000 


Sept. 1, 1999 


Sept. 1, 1984 


Sept. 1, 1969 


&A 


100,000,000 




790,884,000 


Add exchange premii 


lm (net) at time of c 
in United States cur 


Dnversion 




35,240,530 


rency 




Total bonds payable 


826,124,530 



BONDS PAYABLE IN WEST GERMAN CURRENCY 
as at December 31, 1969 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest by the Province of Ontario 



Date of 
Maturity 



Callable 
on or after 



Date of 
Issue 



Interest 
Rate 



Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1969 



Aug. 1, 1975-1984 
(ten equal annual 
instalments) 



Aug. 1, 1975 



Aug. 1, 1969 



DM 

150,000,000 



40,401,005 



SUMMARY OF CHANGES IN BONDS PAYABLE 
during the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Payable in 
Canadian Currency 



Payable in 

United States 

Currency 



Payable in 

West German 

Currency 



Outstanding at December 31, 1968. 
Add issues during the year 



Deduct redemptions during the year, 
Outstanding at December 31, 1969. . 



1,770,791,800 
185,000,000 



,955,791,800 
133,427,700 



1,822,364,100 



647,404,186 
188,359,375 



835,763,561 
9,639,031 



826,124,530 



40,401,005 



40,401,005 



40,401,005 



Advances from the Province of Ontario 



57 



ADVANCES FROM THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 
as at December 31, 1969 

Annuity bonds repayable to the Province in accordance with the terms of Province 
of Ontario bonds issued in part for the purposes of the Commission 



Date of Maturity 



Interest Rate 



Balances of Advances 

Outstanding 
December 31, 1969 

{Payable in Canadian, 

United States, or 

Sterling Currencies) 



May 15, 1970 

Jan. 15, 1970-1971. 
June 1, 1970-1971. 

Total advances 



% 

A-y 2 

4 



$ 
434,096 
581,412 
791,955 



1,807,463 



SUMMARY OF CHANGES IN ADVANCES FROM THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 
during the Year Ended December 31, 1969 

Balance of advances at December 31, 1968 $2,868,196 

Deduct repayments during the year 1,060,733 

Balance of advances at December 31, 1969 $1,807,463 



58 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF 

for the I 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation ) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 





Freqi 


Special 


Stani 


Facilities 


ZAT 


(Note 3) 


(No 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig. . . 

Ajax 

Alexandria . . . 
Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston .... 
Amherstburg . 
Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill.... 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay. . 
Bath 

Beachburg. . . 
Beachville .... 
Beamsville . . . 
Beaver ton .... 
Beeton 

Belle River... 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim. . . . 
Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . 

Bolton 

Both well 

Bowmanville . . 



kw 
5,999.7 
443.3 

11.697.0 
4,258.8 
1,023.3 

4,129.3 
2,856.4 
390.8 
5,685.8 
2,951.0 

191.5 

334.2 
7,632.7 
1,262.1 

726.8 

3,771.1 

10,317.7 

203.3 

5,719.9 

1,170.3 

1,098.8 

1,982.9 

33,422.1 

1,051.9 

572.5 

497.9 
2,621.4 
2,933.7 
1,802.2 

781.0 

1,671.0 

32,468.1 

1,283.4 

2,482.8 

633.2 

1,036.1 

1,598.9 

2,243.6 

621.6 

10,968.3 



megawatt- 
hours 
33,273.3 
2,256.0 
67,711.8 
24,041.5 
5,509.2 

24,469.9 
15,687.8 

1,753.7 
35,418.1 
16,238.4 

946.8 

1,795.0 

48,116.9 

6,827.6 

4,558.2 

21,852.1 

58,754.6 

969.2 

29,856.8 

6,030.6 

5,330.8 
9,776.0 
194,240.0 
5,232.1 
2,824.1 

2,606.1 
17,291.7 
15,881.8 
10,501.8 

4,257.6 

9,671.4 

196,138.6 

6,655.8 

14,019.3 

3,170.1 

5,317.2 
9,031.2 

12,739.9 
3,278.1 

60,804.3 



$ 
175,630 

12,977 
342,406 
124,669 

29,954 

120,878 
83,616 
11,439 

166,442 
86,384 

5,607 

9,783 

223,434 

36,946 

21,275 

110,393 

302,031 

5,952 

167,439 

34,258 

32,165 
58,046 
978,371 
30,793 
16,758 

14,575 
76,736 
85,877 
52,756 
22,862 

48,915 
950,441 
37,570 
72,680 
18,534 

30,330 
46,805 
65,676 
18,198 
321,076 



$ 
15,721 

1,138 
30,651 
1 1 ,032 

2,628 

10,820 
7,485 
1,004 

14,899 

7,578 

492 

858 

19,687 

3,307 

1,866 

9,684 

27,037 

522 

14,819 

3,005 

2,848 
5,117 
87,580 
2,701 
1,470 

1,305 
6,869 
7,688 
4,722 
2,006 

4,303 
85,081 
3,339 
6,387 
1,659 

2,661 
4,106 

5,775 

1,596 

28,742 



$ 
1,268 



7,005 
2,927 



1,118 

8,442 

548 

956 

17,151 



2,079 

10,788 

582 
9,253 
3,348 

1,702 
4,280 

3,009 
1,638 



2,234 
4,125 



1,320 
6,511 



2,964 
4,574 
5,709 
1,778 



784 



4,012 
1,331 



1,023 
2,746 



1,771 



1,400 
1.313 



9,767 

2,538 



907 
230 



936 

341 

1,019 

522 

273 
2,428 



1 ,035 
205 



^See note 8, page 76. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 

| OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
c\ December 31, 1969 



59 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










ITURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








Equity 


per Kwh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 


(>te5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per kw 


$ per kw 


per Kwh 




% 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 










23,407 


91,502 


278,229 


281,273 


3,044 


35.03 


46.37 


8.36 




2,472 


6,204 


20,445 


20,491 


46 


37.71 


46.12 


9.06 




16,506 


186,207 


552,619 


560,795 


8,176 


32.74 


47.25 


8.16 




10,310 


66,114 


201,970 


202,577 


607 


34.32 


47.43 


8.40 




1,437 


15,150 


49,734 


50,086 


352 


35.21 


48.61 


9.03 




10,560 


67,292 


191.518 


190,075 


1,443 


32.65 


46.38 


7.83 




5,827 


43,141 


132,589 


131.378 


1,211 


33.36 


46.42 


8.45 




2,549 


4,823 


17,007 


17,306 


299 


37.71 


43.52 


9.70 




18,912 


97,400 


278,657 


278,379 


278 


35.21 


49.01 


7.87 




9,158 


44,656 


146,755 


147,754 


999 


37.71 


49.73 


9.04 




729 


2,604 


8,618 


8,659 


41 


35.21 


45.00 


9.10 




1,908 


4,936 


15,628 


15,660 


32 


37.71 


46.76 


8.71 




17,782 


132,321 


380,027 


381,716 


1,689 


34.79 


49.79 


7.90 




4,496 


18,776 


56,477 


54,039 


2,438 


33.44 


44.75 


8.27 




1.373 


12,535 


35,745 


36,446 


701 


35.21 


49.19 


7.84 




12,821 


60,093 


187,904 


188,725 


821 


37.30 


49.83 


8.60 




18,322 


161,575 


505,812 


504,544 


1,268 


35.15 


49.02 


8.61 




467 


2,665 


9,356 


9,407 


51 


35.21 


46.02 


9.65 




18,625 


82,106 


273,059 


272,242 


817 


36.65 


47.73 


9.15 




4,158 


16,584 


56,778 


56,652 


126 


37.91 


48.52 


9.41 




5,760 


14,660 


48,977 


49,483 


506 


36.48 


44.57 


9.19 




3,914 


26,884 


91,460 


92,170 


710 


34.55 


46.13 


9.36 




71,606 


534.160 


1,542,216 


1,535,677 


6,539 


32.40 


46.15 


7.94 




1.510 


14,388 


49,907 


50,348 


441 


35.21 


47.44 


9.54 




1,428 


7,766 


26,490 


26,697 


207 


35.21 


46.28 


9.38 




964 


7,167 


22,332 


22.638 


306 


32.40 


44.85 


8.57 




11.158 


47,552 


128,799 


128,998 


199 


35.26 


49.13 


7.45 




7,171 


43,675 


139,211 


140,031 


820 


35.02 


47.45 


8.77 




\714 


28,880 


82,564 


83,536 


972 


32.97 


45.81 


7.86 




3284 


11,708 


36,439 


36,474 


35 


35.88 


46.66 


8.56 


t,158 


26,596 


85,067 


84,136 


931 


37.49 


50.91 


8.80 




95246 


539,381 


1,498,319 


1,503,586 


5,267 


32.47 


46.15 


7.64 




1,552 


18,303 


62,830 


64,153 


1,323 


35.91 


48.96 


9.44 




9,465 


38,553 


122,114 


123,455 


1,341 


37.47 


49.19 


8.71 




.'.403 


8,718 


26,825 


27,081 


256 


32.40 


42.36 


8.46 




3,618 


14,622 


50,067 


50,539 


472 


37.71 


48.32 


9.42 




2.878 


24,836 


79,277 


79,410 


133 


35.86 


49.58 


8.78 




^.273 


35,035 


113,858 


113,903 


45 


37.50 


50.75 


8.94 






9,015 


29,570 


29,588 


18 


37.71 


47.57 


9.02 




13J66 


167,212 


489,148 


492,003 


2,855 


32.40 


44.60 


8.04 



60 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF 1 

for th< t 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1 ) 



Tra nsforma tion 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Frec nc 
Stan «j 

za n 
(N<4) 



Bracebridge . . . 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport ... 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . . 
Burk's Falls. . . 

Burlington .... 
Cache Bay .... 

Caledonia 

Campbellford. . 
Campbellville . . 

Cannington . . . 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place . 
Casselman .... 

Cayuga 

Chalk River. . . 
Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 

Chesley 

Chesterville . . . 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 



kw 

1,768.4 

2.754.5 

2,042.6 

38,840.7 

65,631.2 

10,559.8 

181.3 

1,555.1 

325.0 

2,510.8 

23,475.5 
796.0 

1,012.1 
302.4 

1,177.5 

70,111.0 

315.5 

1,605.2 

2,179.1 

199.7 

997.0 
2,569.4 
1,033.6 
4,574.6 
1,197.8 

817.0 

597.0 

2,334.9 

36,379.3 

342.0 

1,618.2 
1,823.3 
2,101.2 

472.5 
3,002.6 

825.4 

16,717.4 

3,991.9 

1,522.5 

985.7 



megawatt- 
hours 
5,974.3 
15,856.6 
9,714.4 
222,629.0 
392,639.9 

63,787.7 

942.0 

8,538.6 

1,649.6 

14,006.4 

138,051.7 
4,134.9 
5,503.4 
1,251.6 
5,945.4 

403,057.0 

1,600.8 

9,158.3 

7,707.9 

999.6 

5,449.8 
14,717.9 

5,171.8 
26,198.6 

5,769.2 

4,441.2 

3,562.9 

11,696.0 

211,820.3 

1,744.8 

8,839.6 
9,109.2 

11,614.6 
2,621.6 

15,943.7 

4,250.5 

98,562.3 

22,741.5 

9,103.2 

4,875.6 



$ 

51.767 

80,634 

59,793 

1,136,987 

1,921,232 

309,119 

5,307 

45,523 

9,514 

73,497 

687,201 

23,302 

29,627 

8,852 

34,468 

2,052,370 

9,234 

46,990 

63,789 

5,846 

29,185 
75,214 
30,256 
133,912 
35,063 

23,916 
17,476 
68,350 
1,064,936 
10,011 

47,369 

53,375 
61,507 
13,831 
87,899 

24,162 

489,370 

116,856 

44,568 

28,855 



$ 

4,634 

7,218 

5,342 

101,780 

171,984 

27,595 

466 

3,994 

835 

6,580 

61,502 

2,044 

2,599 

777 

3,086 

183,181 

827 

4.122 

5,710 

513 

2,612 
6.733 
2,654 
11,881 
3,076 

2,098 

1,564 

5,996 

95,330 

878 

4.241 
4,682 
5,396 
1.213 
7,868 

2,163 

43,807 

209 

3,910 

2,546 



4,169 
519 

4,449 
930 



2,277 

2,895 

865 



29,523 

4,592 

571 



2,957 
5,828 
3,427 

2,337 

6,679 

978 



5,216 
6,011 

1,352 



4,355 
2,018 



2,964 
317 



9,175 



263 



73,754 



4,632 



168 
530 



7.3 



165 



578 



6.480 



228 



*See note 8. page 76. 









Allocation 


of the Cost of Primary Power 




61 


W 


OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 








ad 


i December 31, 1965 


























Demand 


















Cost 


Total Cost ok 






Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










1 


TURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








» 


2QUITY 


per Kwh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 




)te5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per kw 


$ per kw 


per Kwh 




$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 










1,068 


16,429 


75,610 


74,710 


900 


34.08 


42.76 


12.66 




7,926 


43,606 


124,909 


125,877 


968 


32.40 


45.35 


7.88 




3,695 


26,715 


90,031 


91,675 


1,644 


32.82 


44.08 


9.27 




70,206 


612,230 


1,897,313 


1,890,906 


6,407 


34.90 


48.85 


8.52 




161,486 


1,079,760 


3,108,383 


3,131,779 


23,396 


34.90 


47.36 


7.92 




21,650 


175,416 


535,503 


544,871 


9,368 


36.16 


50.71 


8.40 




998 


2,591 


7,976 


8,032 


56 


35.21 


44.00 


8.47 




3,985 


23,481 


78,127 


78,916 


789 


37.71 


50.24 


9.15 




2,008 


4,536 


14,782 


14,735 


47 


37.71 


45.48 


8.96 




6,987 


38,518 


112,863 


113,314 


451 


32.40 


44.95 


8.06 




72,880 


379,642 


1,067,203 


1,075,242 


8,039 


32.40 


45.46 


7.73 




3,897 


11,371 


37,485 


37,843 


358 


37.71 


47.09 


9.07 




1129 


15,134 


49,162 


49,493 


331 


37.71 


48.57 


8.93 




1,235 


3,442 


13,871 


13,931 


60 


38.58 


45.87 


11.08 




2,149 


16,350 


52,344 


52,175 


169 


32.40 


44.45 


8.80 




95,260 


1,108,407 


3,562,308 


3,572,185 


9,877 


36.36 


50.81 


8.84 




1,320 


4,402 


13,143 


13,220 


77 


31.90 


41.66 


8.21 




6,045 


25,185 


79,660 


79,930 


270 


37.71 


49.63 


8.70 




2,075 


21,197 


94,343 


94,455 


112 


34.53 


43.30 


12.24 




911 


2,749 


9,367 


9,491 


124 


37.71 


46.91 


9.37 




3,768 


14,987 


43,515 


43,480 


35 


32.40 


43.65 


7.98 




6,585 


40,474 


116,004 


116,477 


473 


31.97 


45.15 


7.88 




4,251 


14,222 


46,355 


46,883 


528 


35.21 


44.85 


8.96 




21,892 


72,046 


204,592 


206,566 


1,974 


33.77 


44.72 


7.81 




2,122 


15,865 


55,908 


55,727 


181 


35.21 


46.68 


9.69 




2,879 


12,213 


40,209 


39,943 


266 


37.80 


49.22 


9.05 




1,350 


9,798 


27,787 


27,761 


26 


32.40 


46.55 


7.80 




2,207 


32,164 


110,982 


110,365 


617 


34.71 


47.53 


9.49 




113,866 


582,506 


1,738,044 


1,747,041 


8,997 


34.90 


47.78 


8.21 




1,505 


4,798 


15,331 


15,428 


97 


35.21 


44.83 


8.79 




8,409 


24,309 


68,484 


69,264 


780 


32.50 


42.32 


7.75 




6.979 


25,050 


82,256 


83,159 


903 


35.21 


45. 1 1 


9.03 




5475 


31,940 


105,283 


105,903 


620 


37.71 


50. 1 1 


9.06 




2,263 


7,209 


22,760 


22,673 


87 


37.71 


48.17 


8.68 




12,513 


43,845 


136,685 


137,882 


1,197 


35.09 


45.52 


8.57 




2,393 


1 1 ,689 


36,034 


36,039 


5 


32.40 


43.66 


8.48 




UJ34 


271,046 


777,928 


785,197 


7,269 


32.79 


46.53 


7.89 




6,882 


62,539 


172,722 


173,805 


1,083 


29.33 


43.27 


7.60 




4,040 


25,034 


74,588 


74,506 


82 


35.21 


48.99 


8.19 




3,244 


13,408 


44,304 


44,924 


620 


34.65 


44.97 


9.09 



62 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF 

for the 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transforma tion 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



FREQt ( 

Stand 3 

ZAT) 



Coltingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville * 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls * 

Fergus 



kw 

13,700.3 

408.0 

1,601.9 

636.0 

362.5 

325.9 
764.7 
460.7 
5,288.2 
321.7 

3,457.6 

1,488.6 

665.5 

584.4 

2,866.8 

312.6 
5,285.3 

389.1 

1,136.8 

13,952.1 

4,990.8 

2,382.9 

477.0 

82,188.9 

1,061.1 

6,892.5 
1,154.2 

249.5 
1,337.7 

583.2 



1,336.5 

566.7 

113.8 

1,229.1 

4,186.4 

2,895.0 
301,501.8 
3,254.6 
1,349.7 
8,477.1 



megawatt- 
hours 
83,697.5 
1,945.6 
8,467.9 
3,393.6 
1 ,954.2 

1,717.2 
3,957.6 
2,388.5 
30,987.6 
1,580.7 

18,500.5 

8,512.8 
3.295.2 
3,024.0 

15,277.1 

1,566.8 

30,002.6 

1,742.8 

5,866.1 

77,871.6 

28,823.6 
12,594.6 

2,407.9 
497,113.7 

4,998.0 

37,976.0 
5,958.4 
1,119.6 
7,540.5 
3,158.6 

6,506.4 

2,955.2 

531.1 

6,562.7 

23,197.7 

16,831.9 

1,882,631.3 

18,394.3 

6,882.3 

43,569.0 



$ 
401,051 
11,943 
46,891 
18,619 
10,611 

9,541 

22,386 

13,486 

154,801 

9,417 

101,215 
43,576 
19,482 
17,107 
83,921 

9,151 
154,716 

11,389 

33,280 

408,422 

146,097 

69,756 

13,963 

2,405,928 

31,062 

201,765 

33,787 

7,302 

39,157 

17,071 

39,124 

16,588 

3,332 

35,980 

122,548 

84,745 

8,825,902 

95,271 

39,509 

248,151 



$ 
35,717 
1,048 
4,198 
1 ,633 
931 

837 

1,964 

1,183 

13,857 

826 

9,060 
3,823 
1,709 
1,501 

7,512 

803 
13,573 

999 

2,919 

36,561 

13,078 

6,119 

1,225 

215,372 

2,725 

18,061 

2,964 

641 

3,435 

1,497 

3,432 

1,455 

292 

3,220 

10,970 

7,586 

789,794 

8,449 

3,537 

22,214 



$ 
10,037 
1,167 

1,819 

1,037 

932 
2,188 
1,318 



920 



4,258 
1.904 
1,672 



894 

15,120 

1,113 

3,252 



6,817 
1,365 



3,035 



3,302 

714 

3,827 

1,668 

3,823 

1,621 

326 



14,921 
4,342 



74 



372 



722 



2,468 



109 

2,565 



78 
5,040 



1,393 



918 



980 



191,189 
613 



2.396 



*See note 8, page 76. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



63 



3*T OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
led December 31, 1969 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary 


Power 








Return 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








Equity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 


Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per kw 


$ per kw 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








35,675 


230,168 


648,148 


654,881 


6,733 


33.12 


47.31 


7.74 


2,755 


5,350 


17,977 


17,996 


19 


37.71 


44.06 


9.24 


2,225 


23,287 


72,225 


72,048 


177 


31.95 


45.09 


8.53 


1,894 


9,332 


29,827 


29,660 


167 


35.21 


46.90 


8.79 


1,536 


5,374 


17,505 


17,536 


31 


37.71 


48.29 


8.96 


t,308 


4,722 


15,702 


15,844 


142 


37.70 


48.18 


9.14 


2,000 


10,883 


35,275 


34,841 


434 


35.70 


46.13 


8.91 


2.017 


6,568 


21,920 


22,351 


431 


37.71 


47.58 


9.18 


7.736 


85,216 


248,782 


249,640 


858 


32.40 


47.05 


8.03 


1,235 


4,347 


15,240 


15,411 


171 


37.71 


47.37 


9.64 


9,470 


50,876 


162,054 


162,602 


548 


34.90 


46.87 


8.76 


4,757 


23,410 


71,776 


71,628 


148 


35.70 


48.21 


8.43 


2,225 


9,062 


31,929 


32,327 


398 


37.71 


47.98 


9.69 


2,755 


8,316 


27,594 


27,742 


148 


37.71 


47.22 


9.13 


8,788 


42,012 


135,725 


135,595 


130 


35.76 


47.34 


8.88 


1,610 


4,309 


14,594 


14,680 


86 


38.06 


46.69 


9.31 


10,275 


82,507 


258,206 


260,616 


2,410 


35.20 


48.86 


8.61 


1.414 


4,793 


18,047 


18,385 


338 


37.71 


46.39 


10.36 


3,659 


16,132 


52,570 


52,844 


274 


35.28 


46.24 


8.96 


40,473 


214,147 


665,553 


665,877 


324 


35.26 


47.70 


8.55 


20,464 


79,265 


234,341 


235,087 


746 


35.18 


46.95 


8.13 


8,467 


34,635 


110,051 


110,649 


598 


35.21 


46.19 


8.74 


3,519 


6,622 


21,087 


21,551 


461 


37.71 


44.20 


8.76 


265.931 


1,367,063 


3,991,440 


4,011,641 


20,201 


35.17 


48.56 


8.03 


1.599 


13,745 


49,499 


49,596 


97 


35.21 


46.65 


9.90 


21,806 


104,434 


324,050 


322,455 


1,595 


35.03 


47.01 


8.53 


3,546 


16,386 


53,470 


53,829 


359 


35.21 


46.33 


8.97 


1,234 


3,079 


10,627 


10,493 


134 


35.21 


42.59 


9.49 


6,799 


20,736 


64,369 


64,024 


345 


37.71 


48.12 


8.54 


2.459 


8,686 


28,213 


28,513 


300 


37.71 


48.37 


8.9.3 


1.496 


17,893 


63,444 


62,968 


476 


35.21 


47.47 


9.75 


2.527 


8,127 


26,964 


27,106 


142 


37.71 


47.58 


9.12 


148 


1,461 


5,304 


5,271 


33 


37.71 


46.60 


9.99 


1,996 


18,047 


55,866 


55,262 


604 


32.40 


45.46 


8.51 


t.325 


63,794 


193,967 


194,013 


46 


32.13 


46.34 


8.36 


9.920 


46,288 


137,384 


137,767 


383 


34.90 


47.45 


8.16 


r>19,892 


5,177,238 


15,283,656 


15,322,290 


38,634 


35.58 


50. 69 


8.12 


12,708 


50,584 


156,315 


157,268 


953 


36.40 


48.03 


8.50 


364 


18,926 


62,283 


63,044 


761 


32.40 


46.15 


9.') 5 


21.609 


119,815 


396,398 


398,912 


2,514 


35.18 


46.76 


9.10 



64 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF 

for the 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 
(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation ) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



FREQl m 

Stane di 
zat 

(Not i 



Finch 

Flesherton . . 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Fort William 



Frank ford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 



Goderich 

Grand Bend . . 
Grand Valley . 

Granton 

Gravenhurst . 



Grimsby . . . 

Guelph 

Hagersville . 
Hamilton . . 
Hanover . . . 



Harriston . . . 

Harrow 

Hastings. . . . 
Havelock . . . 
Hawkesbury . 



Hearst . . . 
Hensall . . 
Hespeler . 
Highgate . 
Holstein . 



Huntsville. . . 
Ingersoll 
Iroquois. . . . 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 



Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station. 

Kincardine 

King City 



kw 

352.3 

766.6 

1.760.8 

2,161.0 

44,455.9 

1,356.9 
41,253.5 
14,039.9 

1,063.4 
27,507.0 

8,419.8 

1.049.9 

785.0 

215.0 

3,404.5 

4,570.8 

73,627.3 

2,556.3 

549.102.0 

7,026.8 

1,902.5 

2,129.3 

759.3 

867.7 

8,487.8 

3,945.4 

1,164.9 

8,549.9 

356.0 

150.3 

3.942.1 
7,686.7 
1,217.2 
489.2 
5,758.0 

2,844.6 
9,624.9 
473.8 
3,064.6 
1,503.1 



megawatt- 
hours 
1,712.8 
3,830.1 
9,718.8 
12,042.7 
270,994.9 

7,220.8 

241,522.0 

85,892.0 

5,291.2 

167,246.0 

49,003.2 
5,537.6 
3,898.0 
1,023.0 

18,600.9 

25,603.0 

448,146.6 

12,126.7 

3,679,071.2 

34,335.1 

10,768.9 

11,670.8 

4,197.8 

4,641.4 

47,811.3 

20,363.1 
6,047.7 

44,553.7 

1,435.6 

713.0 

23,096.8 

44,050.0 

6,515.2 

2,671.2 

29,801.8 

17,070.7 
55,944.3 

2,393.3 
17,034.3 

8,241.8 



$ 
10,313 
22,440 
51,543 
63,260 
1,301,363 

39,721 

1,207,620 

410,992 

31,128 
805,215 

246,473 

30,733 

22,979 

6,293 

99,660 

133,801 

2,155,300 

74,830 

16,073,933 

205,697 

55,693 
62,331 
22,227 
25,401 
248,465 

115,495 
34,099 

250,281 
10,421 
4,401 

115,397 

225,014 

35,633 

14,321 

168,554 

83,270 
281,751 
13,869 
89,711 
44,001 



$ 

905 

1,969 

4,522 

5,550 

116,494 

3,485 

108,102 

36,791 

2,731 

41,859 

22,063 

2,696 

2,016 

552 

8,921 

11.841 

185,789 

6,584 

1.385,868 

18,259 

4,986 
5,482 
1,950 
2,273 
22,242 

10,339 
2,992 

22,405 
914 
386 

10,330 

20,143 

3,126 

1,256 

15,089 

7,454 
504 
1,242 
7,957 
3,860 



$ 

1,008 

2,193 

5,037 

6,182 



3,882 



3,042 
41,414 



3,003 

2,246 

615 



7,445 
6,285 
8,396 



5,313 
2,172 



3,332 



1.018 
430 



3,482 
1,399 



4,002 
4,300 



87 



3,274 
46 



121 



201 

419 

95 

1,642 



673 



351 
439 



573 



3,820 



902 
482 



2,788 



71 

12 61 

4 21 

9( 

1 54 



9 

1 
22 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



Or OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
n .d December 31, 1969 



65 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary 


Power 










JTURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








) Equity 


per Kwh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 


•ote 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


% per kw 


$ per kw 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








1,577 


4,710 


15,535 


15,802 


267 


35.21 


44.09 


9.07 


1,879 


10,533 


35,639 


36,148 


509 


35.21 


46.49 


9.30 


4,892 


26,727 


88,219 


89,088 


869 


37.71 


50.10 


9,08 


9,521 


33,117 


105,158 


105,408 


250 


37.75 


48.66 


8.73 


200,618 


745,236 


1,962,475 


1,974,967 


12,492 


31.90 


44.15 


7.24 


2,467 


19,857 


65,156 


65,135 


21 


35.21 


48.02 


9.02 


141,523 


664,186 


1,962,146 


1,968,703 


6,557 


34.90 


47.56 


8.12 


36,443 


236,203 


692,937 


681,252 


11,685 


35.13 


49.35 


8.07 


4,490 


14,551 


50,198 


50,347 


149 


37.75 


47.21 


9.49 


27,554 


459.927 


1,334.615 


1,344,563 


9,948 


32.81 


48.52 


7.98 


32,771 


134,759 


395,783 


397,798 


2,015 


34.90 


47.01 


8.08 


3,403 


15,228 


51,528 


51,887 


359 


37.83 


49.08 


9.31 


3,155 


10,720 


35,199 


34,965 


234 


35.21 


44.84 


9.03 


1,183 


2,813 


9,735 


9,745 


10 


37.71 


45.28 


9.52 


13,252 


51,152 


148,384 


148,719 


335 


32.46 


43.58 


7.98 


11,381 


70,408 


226,245 


233.171 


6,926 


36.59 


49.50 


8.84 


1S7,631 


1,232,403 


3,606,838 


3,603,595 


3,243 


34.80 


48.99 


8.05 


13.790 


33,348 


116,568 


117,295 


727 


37.96 


45.60 


9.61 


810,015 


10,117,448 


27,278,771 


27,677,987 


399,216 


34.55 


49.68 


7.41 


; 22,129 


94,422 


308,831 


310,703 


1,872 


33.67 


43.95 


8.99 


8,302 


29,614 


88,050 


88,269 


219 


35.08 


46.28 


8.18 


8,662 


32,095 


103,386 


103,223 


163 


37.56 


48.55 


8.86 


2,271 


11,544 


36,002 


36,445 


443 


35.21 


47.42 


8.58 


3,507 


12,764 


37,365 


37,613 


248 


32.40 


43.06 


8.05 


9,495 


131,481 


396,937 


389,217 


7,720 


32.40 


46.76 


8.30 


6,047 


55,999 


175,786 


175,836 


50 


31.90 


44.56 


8.63 


4,708 


16,631 


55,841 


56,794 


953 


37.71 


47.94 


9.23 


3 1,035 


122,523 


387,397 


386,109 


1,288 


34.97 


45.31 


8.70 


1.6 S3 


3,948 


15,686 


15,773 


87 


37.71 


44.06 


10.93 


670 


1,961 


6,583 


6,580 


3 


35.21 


43.80 


9.23 


16,811 


63,516 


1 74,403 


174,940 


537 


32.40 


44.24 


7.55 


38,788 


121,138 


354,387 


358,312 


3,925 


35.40 


46.10 


8.05 


3.290 


17,917 


57,477 


58,303 


826 


35.21 


47.22 


8.82 


3.133 


7,346 


22,657 


22,488 


169 


37.71 


46.31 


8.48 


10.001 


81,955 


256,499 


255.351 


1,148 


32.06 


44.54 


8.61 


SJ95 


46,944 


130,977 


130,335 


642 


32.57 


46.05 


7.67 


2.858 


153,847 


433,244 


433,851 


607 


29.33 


45.01 


7.74 


928 


6,582 


21,002 


21,302 


300 


32.40 


44.33 


8.78 


13.818 


46,844 


139,016 


139,164 


148 


34.60 


45.36 


8.16 


2.290 


22,665 


77,045 


77,920 


875 


37.71 


51.26 


9.35 



66 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF q 

for the m 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Freqi jc\ 
Stani di 

ZA7, 

(No*) 



Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkrield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp 
Lat:hford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan .... 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp. . . 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorerield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges. . 



kw 

58,388.5 

3.070.8 

160.2 

125.417.2 

2,134.9 

1,605.3 
638.3 
465.0 
951.4 
298.9 

9,907.1 

15,226.9 

5,261.7 

193,770.3 

888.4 

890.1 
1,089.2 

495.4 
1,367.1 

161.6 

1,136.8 

9,007.5 

1,090.6 

185.7 

885.7 

825.0 
887.8 
4,646.8 
532.9 
798.4 

13,660.6 

598.7 

641.3 

8,063.5 

1,198.2 

169,467.2 

2,978.5 
374.1 

1,898.8 
692.5 



megawatt- 
hours 
355,121.1 
17,271.4 
724.4 
732,429.7 
12,311.3 

8,430.5 
3,090.3 
2,547.9 
5,478.5 
1,687.0 

58,360,2 

95,668.4 

28,665.3 

1,166,002.4 

4,813.3 

4,881.6 
5,552.0 
2,539.6 
7,437.6 
811.0 

6,271.1 

50,084.7 

6,213.6 

920.0 

4,953.0 

4,136.1 
4,611.6 
25,856.7 
2,809.6 
4,155.2 

77,465.2 
3,755.5 
3,550.2 

47,448.2 
5,947.2 

1,096,468.5 
15,953.9 

1,991.4 
10,565.0 

3,723.6 



$ 

1,709,213 

89,891 

4,690 

3,671,359 

62,495 

46,992 
18,684 
13,611 
27,851 
8,750 

290,013 

445,739 

154,026 

5,672,263 

26,005 

26,056 

31,886 

14,502 

40,018 

4,731 

33,280 

263,678 

31,925 

5,436 

25,928 

24,150 

25,989 

136,026 

15,600 

23,372 

399,889 
17,526 
18,773 

236,042 
35,075 

4,960,836 
87,189 
10,951 
55,583 
20,271 



$ 
1 53,003 
7,914 
411 
6,571 
5,483 

4,122 
1,639 
1,194 
2,443 
784 

25,882 

39,901 

13,788 

507,764 

2,281 

2,286 
2,797 
1,272 
3,511 
423 

2,919 

23,203 

2,801 

477 

2,321 

2,119 
2,280 
12,096 
1,369 
2,050 

35,797 
1,537 
1,647 

21,066 

3,077 

443,897 

7.805 

961 

4,876 

1,778 



,281 
458 



6,107 

4,592 
1,826 
1,330 
2,722 



2,541 

2,546 
3,116 
1,417 
3,911 



3,252 

21,846 

3,120 

531 



2,360 
2.540 
4,368 
1,524 
2,284 



1,713 
1,835 
3,446 
3,428 



9,890 



1,070 
5,432 
1,981 



2,062 



2,501 

4,751 

233 



74 



7,758 
652 



1,677 



850 



3,668 
64 



82,303 
2,758 



!1 



1,017 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



67 



[T OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
-ed December 31, 1969 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 








:eturn 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








Equity 


per Kwh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 


^ote 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per kw 


$ per kw 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








166,991 


976, 58.* 


2,701,002 


2.726,120 


25,118 


32.40 


46.26 


7.61 


11,557 


47,496 


152.299 


152,289 


10 


37.90 


49.60 


8.82 


684 


1,992 


6.947 


6,967 


20 


35.21 


43.36 


9.59 


371,608 


2.014.182 


5.696.755 


5,715,314 


18,559 


32.33 


45.42 


7.78 


6,839 


33,856 


102,170 


102,582 


412 


35.21 


47.86 


8.30 


4,377 


23,184 


79,363 


79,858 


495 


37.71 


49.43 


9.41 


2,055 


8,498 


28,911 


29,190 


279 


35.21 


45.29 


9.36 


1,600 


7,007 


21,775 


21,900 


125 


35.21 


46.83 


8.55 


2,800 


15,066 


45,893 


46,252 


359 


35.35 


48.24 


8.38 


509 


4,639 


13,664 


13.549 


115 


31.90 


45.72 


8.10 


33,792 


160,491 


479,155 


478,330 


825 


35.58 


48.37 


8.21 


47,943 


263,088 


713,149 


714,050 


901 


32.71 


46.83 


7.45 


20,739 


78,830 


241,923 


242,485 


562 


34.94 


45.98 


8.44 


593,602 


3,206.507 


9.374.243 


9,436,148 


61,905 


34.90 


48.38 


8.04 


1,324 


13,237 


43,184 


43,381 


197 


35.21 


48.61 


8.97 


3,809 


13,424 


43,173 


42,954 


219 


37.71 


48.50 


8.84 


5,622 


15,268 


48,064 


48,512 


448 


35.28 


44.13 


8.66 


2.103 


6,984 


23.558 


23,733 


175 


37.71 


47.55 


9.28 


4.590 


20,453 


63,987 


64,118 


131 


35.21 


46.80 


8.60 


336 


2,230 


7,129 


7,102 


27 


32.40 


44.12 


8.79 


3,651 


17,246 


53,614 


53,733 


119 


35.21 


47.16 


8.55 


12,950 


137,733 


468,291 


462,345 


5,946 


38.15 


51.99 


9.35 


3,375 


17,087 


52,755 


52,532 


223 


35.81 


48.38 


8.49 


771 


2,530 


8,296 


8,311 


15 


35.21 


44.68 


9.02 


1,352 


13,621 


40,518 


40,462 


56 


31.90 


45.74 


8.18 


2.890 


11,374 


37,526 


37,885 


359 


35.21 


45.49 


9.07 


2 .814 


12,682 


40,677 


41,048 


371 


34.71 


45.82 


8.82 


14,399 


71,106 


213,197 


215,159 


1,962 


33.69 


45.87 


8.25 


2.284 


7.726 


25,534 


25,657 


123 


37.71 


47.91 


9.09 


1.634 


11,427 


37,898 


38,119 


221 


35.21 


47.46 


9.12 


-0.419 


213,029 


605,976 


609,221 


3,245 


32.46 


44.36 


7.82 


2,315 


10,328 


29,088 


29,179 


91 


35.21 


48.58 


7.75 


1,901 


9,763 


30,438 


30,678 


240 


35.21 


47.47 


8.57 


23,764 


130,483 


395.132 


383,627 


11,505 


35.77 


49.00 


8.33 


7.140 


16,355 


54,454 


55,207 


753 


37.76 


45.45 


9.16 


220.362 


3,015,288 


8,800,253 


8,769,821 


30,432 


35.45 


51.93 


8.03 


11.333 


43,873 


139,228 


140,006 


778 


35.83 


46.75 


8.73 


1,552 


5.476 


18,028 


18,014 


14 


37.71 


48.19 


9.05 


\233 


29,054 


91,678 


92,412 


734 


35.75 


48.28 


8.68 


2.095 


10,240 


34,253 


34,204 


49 


37.71 


49.46 


9.20 



















68 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF 

for the 



Municipality 



Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp. . 

Neustadt 

Newboro 



Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg. 
Newmarket. . . 



Niagara 

Niagara Falls. 
Nipigon Twp. 
North Bay . . . 
North York . . 



Norwich . . . 
Norwood. . . 
Oakville . . . 
Oil Springs . 
Omemee . . . 



Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa * 



Otterville . . . 
Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmers ton . . 
Paris 



Parkhill 

Parry Sound * 

Pembroke * 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 



Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Petrolia Waterworks. 

Pickering 

Picton 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



kw 

3,102.2 

4,487.4 

53,935.4 

463.3 

211.2 

381.0 

295.1 

1,515.7 

2,546.0 

10,215.1 

2,246.8 
48,996.6 

2,063.1 

40,434.5 

404,620.9 

1,072.1 

873.8 

96,792.9 

411.6 

566.7 

6,235.6 

13,287.6 

897.0 

118,483.3 

335,388.2 

497.0 

20,665.7 

728.2 

1,572.9 

5,669.0 

1,209.0 
4,459.0 

5,745.8 
4,180.0 
5,855.7 

65.378.7 

3,264.7 

142.8 

1,354.9 

4,761.3 



megawatt- 
hours 
16,798.1 
23,991.9 
319,127.1 
2,092.4 
1,123.2 

2,015.4 

1,325.2 

8,654.1 

13,641.3 

58,474.3 

12,792.6 
297,934.8 

12,984.3 

241,899.4 

2,430,868.6 

5,984.0 
4,742.4 
662,908.2 
2,513.2 
3,196.3 

35,974.0 

69,285.2 

5,152.4 

714,935.1 

1,976,232.5 

2,530.0 

126,496.6 

3,897.8 

8,857.9 

30,945.6 

5,863.2 
26,748.2 
27,784.1 
25,221.5 
33,531.2 

404,696.9 

16,274.6 

902.1 

8,017.2 

26,649.4 



$ 

90,811 

131,360 

1,524,415 

13,562 

6,184 

11,154 

8,638 

44,369 

74,530 

299,029 

65,770 
1,434,283 

60,394 

1,183,643 

11,844,517 

31,384 
25,577 
2,833,430 
12,049 
16,587 

182,534 

388,969 

26,258 

3,468,377 

9,817,863 

14,547 

604,949 

21,316 

46,043 

165,949 

35,391 
130,528 
156,705 
122,361 
171,415 

1,913,838 

95,567 

4,182 

39,663 

139,378 



$ 

8,047 
11,652 
58,293 

1,190 
542 

978 

758 

3,971 

6,556 

26,481 

5,888 
128,392 

5,298 

105,957 

1,048,543 

2,753 
2,244 
253,447 
1,057 
1,455 

16,228 

34,819 

2,304 

310,478 

744,271 

1,276 

53,846 

1,908 

4,121 

14,855 

3,105 
11,685 
15,056 
10,953 
15,345 

171,320 

8,417 

367 

3,479 

12,476 



Stage II 



$ 

4,502 
5,842 
4,073 
1,325 
604 

1,090 
844 



6,318 
15,657 



5,902 



3,067 
2,500 
10,522 
1,177 
1,621 

6,106 

2,566 

1,055 

1,422 
16,127 



3,459 



7,561 

409 

3,876 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



519 
1,569 
1,229 



739 
4,072 



1,280 
27,695 



4,405 


849 


42,912 





3,091 
11,112 



663 
1,549 



451 

10,841 

1,157 



473 



209 



*See note 8, page 76. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 

^{T OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
bed December 31, 1969 



69 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost of 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary 


Power 










{ETURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








Equity 


per Kwh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 


Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per kw 


$ per kw 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 






10,446 


46,195 


141,179 


141,273 


94 


34.00 


45.51 


8.40 


18,748 


65,978 


199,897 


199,334 


563 


34.03 


44.54 


8.33 


46,274 


877,600 


2,446,304 


2,453,992 


7,688 


29.96 


45.35 


7.67 


1,671 


5,754 


20,392 


20,504 


112 


35.21 


44.01 


9.75 


372 


3,089 


10,153 


10,146 


7 


35.21 


48.07 


9.04 


903 


5.542 


18,052 


18.222 


170 


35.21 


47.38 


8.96 


967 


3,644 


13,802 


13,707 


95 


37.71 


46.77 


10.42 


3,689 


23,799 


69,208 


67,834 


1,374 


32.39 


45.66 


8.00 


9,916 


37,514 


123,379 


120,775 


2,604 


37.62 


48.46 


9.04 


22.389 


160,804 


514,299 


515,860 


1,561 


36.80 


50.35 


8.80 


9,725 


35,180 


105,133 


105,890 


757 


35.47 


46.79 


8.22 


175,115 


819,321 


2,381,566 


2,395,119 


13,553 


35.47 


48.61 


7.99 


5,884 


35,707 


101,417 


102,047 


630 


34.71 


49.15 


7.81 


100,808 


665,223 


1,858,420 


1,867,912 


9,492 


32.01 


45.96 


7.68 


593,917 


6.684,891 


20,197,896 


20,227,851 


29,955 


34.87 


49.92 


8.31 


6,539 


16,456 


51.186 


50.976 


210 


38.50 


47.74 


8.55 


3,020 


13.042 


40,780 


40,894 


114 


35.21 


46.67 


8.60 


140,231 


1,822,998 


5,113,457 


5,135,227 


21,770 


35.45 


52.83 


7.71 


3,250 


6.911 


19,179 


19,554 


375 


37.71 


46.59 


7.63 


1,943 


8.790 


26,793 


27,275 


482 


35.21 


47.28 


8.38 


17,113 


98,929 


292,893 


288,700 


4,193 


33.86 


46.97 


8.14 


20,108 


190,534 


611,970 


618.338 


6,368 


33.24 


46.06 


8.83 


2,062 


14,169 


43,684 


43.728 


44 


35.21 


48.70 


8.48 


305,887 


1,966,072 


5,498,282 


5,586,347 


88,065 


32.40 


46.41 


7.69 


555,588 


5,434,640 


15,609,935 


15,741,309 


131,374 


32.00 


46.54 


7.90 


2.228 


6,958 


23,466 


23,726 


260 


37.71 


47.22 


9.28 


70,362 


347,866 


962,759 


971,246 


8,487 


33.17 


46.59 


7.61 


3,013 


10.719 


31,294 


31,193 


101 


32.40 


42.97 


8.03 


8,597 


24,359 


71,308 


71,476 


168 


35.32 


45.33 


8.05 


23,735 


85,100 


260,725 


264,280 


3,555 


35.17 


45.99 


8.43 


5,253 


16,124 


56,453 


56,974 


521 


37.71 


46.70 


9.63 


8,115 


73,558 


210,336 


211,225 


889 


32.50 


47.17 


7.86 


1,658 


76,406 


260,223 


261,084 


861 


32.29 


45.29 


9.37 


14,826 


69,359 


191,094 


192,490 


1,396 


32.68 


45.71 


7.58 


23,425 


92,211 


258,474 


259,063 


589 


32.40 


44.14 


7.71 


188.048 


1,112,916 


3.042,715 


3,059,481 


16,766 


32.40 


46.54 


7.52 


16,952 


44,755 


149.615 


150,489 


874 


37.32 


45.83 


9.19 




2,481 


7,867 


7,917 


50 


37.71 


55.09 


8.72 


1.914 


22,047 


67.828 


68,379 


551 


35.21 


50.06 


8.46 


■ 20.736 


73,286 


206,994 


207,800 


806 


32.44 


43.47 


7.77 



70 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION O 

forth 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Tra nsform a tion 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Plantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Arthur * 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew * 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 



kw 

918.8 

1.034.5 

7,222.0 

56,831.7 

340.9 

13,467.8 

17,200.7 

2,402.4 

2,743.2 

10,377.0 

1,269.9 

2,713.1 

465.3 

1,347.6 

4,827.7 

15,033.7 

84.5 

397.1 

430.7 

975.4 

1,065.7 
6,516.6 

1,575.5 

16,252.3 

2,313.5 

482.0 
1,958.8 
687.1 
715.7 
228.5 

547.9 

138,718.2 

1,255.1 

761.6 

943.1 

4,551.9 

25,894.3 

5,486.5 

55,288.0 

267,297.3 



megawatt 

hours 

4,608.6 

4,864.0 

35,854.8 

327,928.2 

1,897.8 

85,635.6 
126,304.3 
14,130.8 
16,444.7 
58,917.8 

5,746.8 

15,673.8 

2,504.6 

7,555.6 

26,331.1 

87.840.5 

392.2 

1,998.8 

2,382.6 

5,558.9 

5,765.5 
34,059.9 

8,787.1 
97,114.0 
11,982.9 

2,618.4 
10,357.1 
3,860.8 
3,784.8 
1,135.2 

3.069.7 

860,092.4 

6,667.4 

3,924.3 

4,874.4 

25,396.1 

150,996.0 

31,283.9 

375.197.0 

1,577,466.6 



$ 

26,896 

30,283 

211,411 

1,663,641 

9,980 

394,244 

503,517 

70,327 

80,303 

303,767 

37,174 
79,421 
13,621 
39,449 
141,321 

440,083 

2,473 

11,625 

12,608 

28,553 

31,197 
190,760 

46,119 
475,756 

67,722 

14,109 
57,340 
20,113 
20,951 
6,689 

16,039 
4,060,715 
36,740 
22,294 
27,607 

133,249 

758,007 

160,607 

1,618,452 

7,824,626 



$ 

2,360 

2,657 

18,845 

148,924 

875 

35,292 

45,073 

6,295 

7,045 

2 7,193 

3,261 
7.109 
1,195 
3,461 
12,651 

39,391 

217 
1,020 
1,106 
2,505 

2,793 
17,076 

4,046 
42,444 

6,035 

1,238 
5,030 
1,765 
1 ,838 
599 

1,407 
363,491 
3,223 
1,956 
2,422 

11,927 

67.842 

14,275 

144,879 

700,262 



$ 

2,628 
2,959 
4,310 



975 



7.847 



3,633 



1,331 

3,855 



202 

242 

1,136 

1,232 

2,790 



4,507 



1,502 

1,379 
5,604 
1,966 

2,047 



1,567 
675 
3,590 
2,177 
2,698 



719 
5,577 



178 

32 

2.081 
6,452 
1,844 
43 
2,965 

871 
765 



2,105 
409 



150 
427 



4,349 
1,208 



9,482 



6,462 
182,676 



*See note 8, page 76. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 

( ST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
Eled December 31, 1969 



71 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cosi <>i 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 










Return 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








•m Equity 


PER KWH 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 


Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per kw 


$ per kw 


pet Kwh 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 






1,184 


12,674 


43,833 


43,436 


397 


35.2 1 


47.70 


9.51 


3,200 


13,376 


49,173 


49,950 


777 


37.71 


47.53 


1 0.1 1 


23,675 


98,601 


331,158 


329,472 


1,686 


35.49 


45.85 


9.24 


330.151 


901,803 


2,384,092 


2,402,499 


18,407 


31.90 


41.98 


7.27 


1,284 


5,219 


16,820 


17,024 


204 


37.80 


49.34 


8.86 


41,736 


235,498 


665,782 


668,548 


2,766 


35.05 


49.44 


7.77 


38,545 


347,337 


915,435 


922,729 


7,294 


35.28 


53.22 


7.25 


•0.22 f 


38,860 


114,309 


114,735 


426 


35.67 


47.58 


8.09 


7,6^5 


45,223 


134,178 


133,812 


366 


35.23 


48.91 


8.16 


36,744 


162,024 


464,394 


467,372 


2,978 


32.69 


44.75 


7.88 


t,540 


15,804 


56,838 


55,694 


1,144 


35.90 


44.75 


9.89 


7,2 5 J 


43,103 


124,504 


125,374 


870 


32.68 


45.89 


7.94 


2,028 


6,888 


22,403 


22,279 


124 


37.71 


48.15 


8.94 


8, I 10 


20,778 


65,251 


65,301 


50 


39.2 7 


48.42 


8.64 


17,818 


72,411 


211,388 


213,601 


2,213 


32.48 


43.79 


8.03 


56,144 


241,561 


710,194 


710,326 


132 


34.9 1 


47.24 


8.09 


204 


1,079 


3,759 


3,722 


37 


35.21 


44.48 


9.58 


2,079 


5,497 


18,390 


18,646 


256 


37.71 


46.31 


9.20 


1,879 


6,552 


20,911 


21,150 


239 


37.71 


48.55 


8.78 


1,499 


15,287 


47,786 


48,214 


428 


34.86 


48.99 


8.60 


2.f> W 


15,855 


47,632 


48,104 


472 


32.30 


44.70 


8.26 




1 1.075 


93,664 


290,683 


293,952 


3,269 


32.40 


44.61 


8.53 




2,457 


24,164 


77,167 


76,658 


509 


35.21 


48.98 


8.78 




30,069 


267,063 


808,300 


813,495 


5,195 


35.16 


49.73 


8.32 


9,586 


32,953 


106,775 


107,205 


430 


36.06 


46. 1 5 


8.91 


2,202 


7,200 


21,965 


22.046 


81 


35.21 


45.57 


8.39 


3.256 


28,482 


94,179 


94,020 


159 


35.21 


48.08 


9.09 


2,609 


10,617 


33,913 


34,219 


306 


37.71 


49.36 


8.78 


3.353 


10,408 


34,038 


33,972 


66 


37.71 


47.56 


8.99 


923 


3,122 


9,601 


9,269 


332 


32.40 


42.02 


8.46 


1.742 


8,441 


25,986 


25,196 


790 


35.21 


47.43 


8.47 


^0.004 


2,365,254 


6,816,760 


6,850,124 


33,364 


34.90 


49.14 


7.93 


2.759 


18,335 


62,894 


62,678 


216 


37.71 


50. 1 1 


9.43 


3.130 


10,792 


36,374 


36,813 


439 


37.71 


47.76 


9.27 


3.002 


13,405 


44,969 


44,879 


90 


37.71 


47.68 


9.23 




69,839 


191,783 


192,836 


1,053 


34.90 


42.13 


7.55 




415,239 


1,216,658 


1,223,211 


6,553 


34.93 


46. 9<> 


8.06 




86,031 


281,044 


279,086 


1,958 


37.08 


51.22 


8.98 


'610 


1,031,792 


2,643,377 


2,649,687 


6,310 


34.90 


47.81 


7.05 






4,338,033 


13,418,647 


13,458,941 


40.294 


35.62 


50.20 


8.51 



72 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION 01 

for the 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transforma tion 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. . . 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 



kw 

1,693.1 
2,231.5 
1,513.8 
12,946.3 
2,393.2 

11,188.5 

2,084.1 

689.5 

793.2 

295.0 

1,579.8 
1,336.8 
5,408.1 
3,698.9 
29,312.8 

6,251.9 

5,211.1 

4,274.1 

61,327.3 

608.0 

796.6 

2,017.0 

869.9 

1,527.6 
3,101.8 

1,247.5 
1,768.4 
1,356.8 
1,056.1 
637.9 

1,316.5 

1,419.5 

290.0 

228.5 

6,469.6 

3,328.9 

7,189.2 

809,943.9 

682.5 

19,344.5 



megawatt 
hours 
9,919.9 
11,323.5 
8,776.0 
75,791.7 
14,114.1 

63,682.4 

11,853.6 

3,449.1 

4,344.6 

1,620.4 

8,919.1 

7,347.0 

29,243.4 

20,067.7 

168,794.2 

34,514.3 

30,728.5 

23,795.9 

374,050.0 

3,300.8 

4,242.2 

11,931.0 

5,110.4 

8,332.3 

17,350.4 

6,211.1 
11,214.9 
7,607.1 
5,020.0 
3,397.2 

7,608.3 
7,801.6 
1,514.4 
1,062.4 
38,378.0 

16,329.5 

38,716.0 

5,081,209.8 

3,580.1 

122,288.5 



$ 
49,562 
65,323 
44,315 
378,980 
70,057 

327,522 

61,009 

20,184 

23,219 

8,636 

46,246 

39,131 
158,312 
108,279 
858,077 

183,011 

152,546 

125,117 

1,795,242 

17,798 

23,318 
59,044 
25,465 
44,717 
90,799 

36,518 
51,767 
39,717 
30,916 
18,674 

38,540 

41,552 

8,488 

6,689 

189,385 

97,447 

210,450 

23,709,589 

19,977 

566,274 



$ 

4,348 
5,848 
3,888 
33,914 
6,146 

29,319 

5,352 

1,775 

2,079 

758 

4,057 
3,503 

13,893 
9,693 

76,813 

16,383 

13,655 

11,200 

160,704 

1,561 

2,088 
5,180 
2,234 
3,923 
8,129 

3,225 
4,634 
3,484 
2,712 
1,638 

3,450 

3,645 

745 

587 

16,944 

8,723 

18,839 

1,812,852 

1,753 

50,692 



$ 
4,843 



4,331 

604 

6,847 



5,962 
1,761 



844 
4,519 

15,214 



1,739 



5,770 
2,489 
4,370 



3,881 
3,021 
1,825 



4,061 
830 
654 



1,952 



217 
560 



4,946 



254 

1,852 

134 



42 



383 
7,084 



3,922 

747 

290 

50,849 



920 

2,036 



863 
15 

588 
2,156 
6,018 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



73 



CST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
E,ied December 31, 1969 















Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost ok 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary 


Power 










Return 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








n Equity 

(Note 5) 


per Kwh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded 






Mills 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per lew 


$ per kw 


per Kwh 


1 

$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








4,072 


27,280 


82,178 


83,429 


1,251 


34.84 


48.54 


8.28 


10,879 


31,140 


98,687 


98.402 


285 


35.15 


44.22 


8.72 


5,486 


24,134 


71,939 


71,335 


604 


35.21 


47.53 


8.20 


39,484 


208,427 


626,226 


630,101 


3,875 


35.33 


48.37 


8.26 


8,463 


38,814 


113,401 


115,315 


1,914 


34.71 


47.38 


8.03 


37,940 


175,127 


499,876 


504,052 


4,176 


32.42 


44.68 


7.85 


6,929 


32,597 


100,885 


99,130 


1,755 


36.10 


48.41 


8.51 


2,646 


9,485 


32,762 


32,673 


89 


37.60 


47.52 


9.50 




723 


1 1 ,948 


36,523 


36,676 


153 


31.90 


46.05 


8.41 




1,703 


4,456 


13,918 


14,189 


271 


37.85 


47.18 


8.59 




5,287 


24,528 


74,853 


74,603 


250 


35.21 


47.38 


8.39 




4,360 


20,204 


59,146 


59,339 


193 


32.40 


44.25 


8.05 




10,976 


80,419 


273,469 


276,174 


2,705 


37.73 


50.57 


9.35 




9,064 


55,186 


182,275 


179,185 


3,090 


36.82 


49.28 


9.08 




114,070 


464,184 


1,372,942 


1,379,841 


6,899 


34.90 


46.84 


8.13 


21,790 


94,914 


295,196 


295,496 


300 


35.53 


47.21 


8.55 


10,240 


84,503 


256,844 


257,583 


739 


35.04 


49.28 


8.36 


7,491 


65,439 


194,555 


194,240 


315 


31.97 


45.52 


8.18 


152,670 


1,028,638 


2,882,763 


2,865,451 


17,312 


32.73 


47.01 


7.71 


2,278 


9,077 


28,201 


28,382 


181 


35.21 


46.38 


8.54 




1,382 


11,666 


36,088 


36,270 


182 


32.40 


45.31 


8.51 




6,418 


32,810 


102,437 


101,564 


873 


37.71 


50.79 


8.59 




2,553 


14,054 


42,124 


42,524 


400 


35.21 


48.43 


8.24 




8,193 


22,914 


73,234 


72,549 


685 


38.31 


47.95 


8.79 




8,711 


47,714 


149,272 


145,308 


3,964 


35.56 


48.12 


8.60 




4,024 


17,081 


55,865 


56,128 


263 


34.33 


44.78 


8.99 




4,872 


30,841 


82,370 


82,971 


601 


31.90 


46.57 


7.34 




4.345 


20,919 


67,726 


68,680 


954 


37.71 


49.92 


8.90 




4,567 


13,805 


49,055 


49,300 


245 


37.71 


46.45 


9.77 




2,762 


9,342 


30,631 


30,805 


174 


37.71 


48.02 


9.02 




1,839 


20,923 


61,937 


62,464 


527 


32.56 


47.04 


8.14 




2,982 


21,454 


68,440 


69,023 


583 


35.21 


.48.21 


8.77 




1.587 


4,164 


13,525 


13,666 


141 


37.76 


46.64 


8.93 




802 


2,921 


10,163 


9,939 


224 


35.21 


44.48 


9.57 




47.333 


105,539 


284,532 


287,693 


3,161 


34.99 


43.98 


7.41 




12,494 


44,906 


150,725 


150,877 


152 


35.55 


45.28 


9.23 




25.344 


106,469 


331,982 


336,703 


4,721 


34.90 


46.17 


8.57 




4.047,617 


13,973,329 


37,884,002 


38,246,632 


362,630 


34.52 


46.77 


7.46 




2,620 


9,845 


31,248 


30,733 


515 


35.21 


45.78 


8.73 




i 1,102 


336,293 


901,829 


905,294 


3,465 


32.40 


46.62 


7.37 



74 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF i 

for the 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 
Facilities 

(Note 3) 



FREQU ;y 

STAND/ |- 

ZATH 

(Noti 



Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

Ycrk 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities 



kw 
1,997.4 
3,404.3 
1,295.2 

26,722.2 
808.1 

5,679.2 

19,918.4 

268.3 

431.0 

1,306.2 

1,660.9 

2,035.3 

42,437.2 

1,915.2 

542.6 

301.5 

39,012.1 

651.5 

809.1 

1,546.2 

561.5 

1,134.9 

24,304.7 

1,910.5 

308.7 

2,188.1 

228.9 

186,959.9 

4,020.3 

2,567.9 

32,878.5 
338.7 
938.1 

99,467.5 
643.5 



5,934,425.9 



megawatt- 
hours 
10,381.5 
18,052.4 
6,259.7 
166,885.6 
4,393.6 

30,739.7 

113,296.8 

1,523.8 

2,260.8 

6,201.6 

9,321.4 

9,839.5 

261,092.2 

10,095.5 

2,881.6 

1,591.2 
220,445.5 
3,141.2 
4,243.9 
7,416.0 

3,143.1 

6,184.3 

146,121.7 

10,987.2 

1,484.0 

13,252.0 

1,030.8 

1,120,306.0 

21,966.7 

15,927.2 

192,779.0 
1,732.8 
4,680.2 

630,577.6 
3,420.5 



36,126,529.9 



$ 
58,470 
99,654 
37,914 
702,075 
23,656 

166,249 
583,073 

7,854 
12,617 
38,237 

48,619 
59,580 
1,242,269 
56,064 
15,884 

8,827 

1,142,007 

19,072 

23,685 

45,262 

16,437 

33,221 

711,475 

55,925 

9,036 

64,053 

6,701 

5,472,902 

117,686 

75,170 

962,457 

9,914 

27,462 

2,911,725 

18,836 



173.719,177 



$ 

5,190 
8,920 
3,326 
69,967 
2,075 

14,882 

52,195 

689 

1,107 

3,354 

4,265 
5,250 
3,675 
4,966 
1,393 

790 

102,205 

1,673 

2,078 

3,971 

1,442 

2,914 

63,525 

4,906 

793 

5,647 

600 

489,917 

10,535 

6,615 

86,156 

870 

2,409 

260,649 

1,652 



14,441,827 



$ 
2,380 



3,705 
3,111 
2,312 



768 
1,233 

3,737 

4,751 
4,554 
1,651 
2,882 
1,552 



1,864 
2,315 
4,423 

1,606 
3,247 
5,361 
5,465 

883 

4,719 



6,198 



969 

2,684 



1,841 



856,613 



252 
45 



3,877 

5,616 

89 



102 
43 



8,648 



305 

1,171 



83 
133 



940,701 



5 



561 



2 
298 



13,94c 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



75 



;0T OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 
;n d December 31, 1969 













Demand 
















Cost 


Total Cost ok 




Energy @ 


Cost of 






(Note 7) 


Primary Power 








ETURN 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 








c Equity 


per Kwh 


Power 


Billed at 


{Refunded 






Mills 


Tote 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged) 


$ per kw 


$ per kw 


per Kwh 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 








.1.635 


28.549 


90.205 


94,125 


3,920 


33.70 


45.16 


8.69 


9,855 


49.644 


151,110 


152,605 


1,495 


32.41 


44.39 


8.37 


1.907 


17.214 


60,900 


60.683 


217 


35.21 


47.02 


9.73 


24,761 


458.935 


1,305.267 


1.312,508 


7,241 


32.61 


48.84 


7.82 


2,026 


12.082 


38,503 


38,660 


157 


35.21 


47.64 


8.76 


14,037 


84.534 


258,345 


259,800 


1,455 


33.08 


45.49 


8.40 


60,049 


311,566 


952,156 


961,113 


8,957 


35.18 


47.81 


8.40 


1.098 


4.190 


13,297 


13.201 


96 


38.04 


49.56 


8.73 


1.50S 


6.217 


19,882 


19,872 


10 


35.21 


46.13 


8.79 


2,240 


17.054 


60,795 


60,951 


156 


35.21 


46.55 


9.80 


5,360 


25.633 


82,891 


84,077 


1,186 


37.71 


49.91 


8.89 


7,319 


27,058 


95,331 


97,260 


1,929 


37.15 


46.84 


Q.69 


S9.741 


718,003 


2,003,169 


2,002.563 


606 


32.40 


47.20 


7.67 


7,266 


27,763 


90,198 


91,095 


897 


36.40 


47.10 


8.93 


1,687 


7,924 


25,337 


25,357 


20 


35.21 


46.69 


8.79 


436 


4,376 


13,557 


13.587 


30 


31.90 


44.96 


8.52 


114,956 


606,225 


1,852,517 


1,870,384 


17,867 


34.90 


47.49 


8.40 


2,798 


8,638 


30.404 


30,632 


228 


37.71 


46.67 


9.68 


3,642 


11,670 


36,511 


36,697 


186 


35.21 


45.13 


8.60 


6.511 


20,394 


72,178 


72,031 


147 


37.71 


46.68 


9.73 


2.116 


8.643 


26,293 


26,396 


103 


35.21 


46.82 


8.37 


4.833 


17,007 


54.961 


55,209 


248 


37.71 


48.43 


8.89 


^0,544 


401,834 


1,152,451 


1,155,892 


3,441 


32.98 


47.42 


7.89 


6.930 


30.215 


90.536 


90,275 


261 


35.21 


47.39 


8.24 


1,549 


4.081 


13,398 


13,496 


98 


35.21 


43.40 


9.03 


6.614 


36,443 


105.510 


106,727 


1J17 


34.60 


48.22 


7.96 


907 


2,835 


9.343 


9,536 


193 


32.40 


40.82 


9.06 


11.478 


3,080.841 


8.883,367 


8,944,069 


60,702 


34.90 


47.51 


7.93 


13.405 


60,408 


178,405 


179,692 


1,287 


32.69 


44.38 


8.12 


10.849 


43,800 


128,638 


129,460 


822 


37.26 


50.10 


8.08 


108,631 


530,142 


1,568,760 


1,586,040 


17,280 


34.90 


47.72 


8.14 


1.499 


4.765 


15,188 


15,353 


165 


35.21 


44.84 


8.77 


2,473 


12,870 


45,849 


45,639 


210 


37.80 


48.87 


9.80 


345,876 


1,734,088 


4,859,122 


4,894,028 


34,906 


34.90 


48.85 


7.71 




2,868 


9,406 


30,798 


30,956 


158 


37.71 


47.86 


9.00 




.173.058 


99,347,958 


285,679,654 


287,194,313 


1,514,659 









>tes on following page. 



76 Appendix II — Financial 



Notes 

1. Certain functions in the production and supply of power aie considered to be used by all customers in relation to kilow 
demand requirements. Therefore the associated costs are allocated at a common rate to all customers. 

2. Stage I transformation and metering costs are those associated with transformation at high-voltage stations from 115 
to a voltage less than 1 15 kv but exceeding 10 kv. These costs are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers requir 
the service. 

Stage II transformation and metering costs are those associated with transformation at low-voltage stations from 44 
27.6 kv, 13.8 kv or similar voltages to a delivery voltage of less than 10 kv. These costs are allocated on a kilowatt be 
to all customers requiring the service. 

3. Special facilities costs are those associated with line facilities within a municipality's boundaries, that serve only t 
municipality, and the charges for providing standby facilities for municipalities requiring that service. 

4. Frequency standardization assessments are made to customers of the former Southern Ontario System at the rate of $3 
per kilowatt to all customers who were converted to 60-cycle frequency, and $.50 per kilowatt to all non-converted 60-c> 
customers. 

5. Return on equity is calculated at 4% on equities accumulated through debt retirement charges after giving recognitior 
direct customers' contributions for debt retirement prior to 1966. The cost of providing the return on equity is inclui 
in common demand costs. 

6. The portion of the cost of power attributable to producing energy, rather than meeting demand requirements, has b 
classified as energy costs. For allocation purposes, this cost has been established at 2.75 mills per kwh. 

7. The demand cost is the per kilowatt cost of primary power, exclusive of energy cost. 

8. The asterisk indicates that this particular utility operates its own generating facilities for the supply of part of its po 
requirement. The amounts shown in this statement relate only to the power and energy supplied by The Hydro-Elec 
Power Commission of Ontario. For more complete details on the cost of providing service within any municipal electr 
utility, the reader is referred to the statements in the Municipal Electrical Service Supplement. 



Statement of the Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



77 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE COST OF 
PRIMARY POWER 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 





Cost ok Primary Power 


Municipai ITIES 


Power District 






Retail 

Customers 

(Note 1) 


Direct 
Customers 


Totai 




$ 

247,075,347 

13,946.436 
17,439,381 
17,573,058 


$ 

101,895,086 

1,691,169 
5,083,513 
5,037,738 


$ 

67,557,624 

1,100,022 
4,499,926 
4,412,024 


$ 

416,528,057 

16,737,627 




Frequency standardization assessments 

(Note 2 ) 






27,022,820 






27 ,022,820 










260,888,106 
24,791,548 


103,632,030 
4,820,571 


68,745,548 
6,397,025 


433,265,684 




Provision and interest — reserve for 

stabilization of rates and contingencies. . . 

Cost of primary power allocated to customers . 

Amounts Billed for Primary Power 

Excess (Deficiency) ok Amounts Billed 

over Costs 


36,009,144 




285,679,654 
287,194,313 


108,452,601 
109,991,769 


75,142,573 
73,258,580 


469,274,828 
470,444,662 




1,514,659 












1,514,659 




Withdrawal from the reserve for stabilization 
of rates and contingencies, retail and 
direct customers, to offset net deficit on 


1,539,168 


1,883,993 


344,825 












Notes 

1. The cost of primary power allocated to retail 
$49,519,182. 

2. See note 2 on page 25. 


customers totallin 


g $108,452,601 ir 


lcludes retail dis 


ribi tion costs of 



78 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1968 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig. . . . 

Ajax 

Alexandria 
Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg . . 
Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill . . . 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay. . 
Bath 

Beachburg . . . 
Beachville. . . 
Beamsville . . . 
Beaverton .... 
Beeton 

Belle River. . . 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim ... 
Bloomfield . . . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon. 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville . 

Bracebridge . . 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford .... 



640,84? 

67,904 
441,040 
280,459 

38.399 

287,250 
157,668 
70,244 
517,565 
249,720 

19,996 

52,458 

482,524 

123,161 

64,812 

327,797 
495,278 
12,653 
508,855 
113,779 

158,246 

106,035 

2,026,608 

40,613 

38,852 

26,041 
305,750 
195,096 
156,230 

90,093 

113,460 

2,597,421 

41,132 

259,225 

65,796 

99.026 

77,862 
143,465 

79,083 
910,088 

27,690 
216,084 

99,278 
1,893,905 
7,161,495 



27,975 

2,067 

54,540 

19,858 

4,771 

19.254 
13,319 
1,822 
26,512 
13,760 

893 

1,558 

35,590 

5,885 

3,389 

17,584 

48,109 

948 

26,671 

5,457 

5,123 
9,246 
155,841 
4,905 
2,669 

2,322 

12,223 

13,679 

8,403 

3,642 

7,791 

151,391 

5,984 

11,577 

2,952 

4,831 
7,455 

10,461 
2,898 

51.143 

8,246 
12,844 

9,524 
181,105 
306,024 



237 



158 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



79 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Municipality 



Balance at 
Decembei 31, 1968 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1060 



Brant ford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . . 
Burks Falls.. 

Burlington 
Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbell ford . 
Campbellville. . 

Cannington . . . 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place . 
Casselman .... 

Cayuga 

Chalk River... 
Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 

Chesley 

Chesterville . 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cooks Lown 
Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 
Deep River . . 
Delaware 



585,208 


49,238 


27.426 


845 


108,291 


7,251 


55,266 


1,515 


190,377 


11,707 


1,988,082 


109,461 


107,016 


3,712 


113,074 


4,719 


33,842 


1.410 


58,087 


5,490 


2,552,979 


326,912 


33,813 


1,471 


165,555 


7,485 


54,623 


10,161 


24,996 


931 


103,168 


4,649 


168,249 


11.981 


116,402 


4,819 


601,486 


21,330 


57,348 


5.585 


78,867 


3,809 


36,530 


2.784 


56,024 


10,887 


3,108,332 


169,628 


41,283 


1 ,595 


231,027 


7.545 


190,940 


8,502 


160,113 


9,797 


62,105 


2,203 


342,962 


14,004 


65.186 


3,849 


1,117.965 


77,949 


175,246 


18,613 


110,050 


7,099 


88,750 


4,596 


974,312 


63,881 


75,867 


1 ,902 


56,604 


7.469 


51,751 


2.966 


42,138 


1 .690 


35,860 


1.520 


79,434 


3.566 


55,308 


2,148 


206,909 


24,658 


33,819 


1.500 



s 

634, 146 

28.271 
115,542 

56,781 
202,084 

2.097,543 
110,728 

117,793 
35.252 
63,57 7 

2.879,891 
35,284 

173,040 
64.784 

25.02 7 

107,817 
180,230 
121.221 
622.816 
62,933 

82.676 
39.314 

66.911 

3.278,043 

42,878 

238.572 
199,442 
169,910 
64.308 
356.966 

60.035 

1.105,914 

193,859 

117.140 

93,346 

1,038,103 
77.760 
64,073 

54.717 
43.828 

37.380 

83.000 

57.456 

231,567 

35.310 



80 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Municipality 


Balance at 
December 31, 1968 


Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 


Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 


Balance at 
December 31, 1969 


Delhi 


$ 

257,966 

129,927 

60,815 

75,675 

240,188 

44,245 

262,037 

38,671 

100,112 

1,103,733 

560.931 

231,447 

96,988 

4,424,050 

43,020 

595,372 
96,965 
33,911 

186,992 
67,442 

39,765 
69,327 
12,291 
53,842 
109,710 

271,406 

16,782,991 

348,190 

9,177 

589,110 

43,260 

51,331 

133,252 

261,362 

7,529,331 

66,570 

3,870,178 
992,188 
123,237 
734,568 

897,174 
92,955 
86,525 
32,566 

363,106 


16,122 
6,941 
3,103 
2,725 

1 3,367 

1,458 

24,644 

1,814 

5,301 

65,055 

23,271 

11,111 

2,224 

383,229 

4,948 

32,138 
5,382 
1,163 
6,237 
2,719 

6,232 

2,642 

531 

5,731 

19,520 

13,499 

1,405,835 

15,175 

6,293 

39,527 

1,643 

3,574 

8,210 

10,076 

207,288 

6,327 
192,356 
65,465 

4,958 
128,259 

39,260 
4,895 
3,660 
1,002 

15,874 


$ 


$ 
274,088 • 






136,868 






63,918 






78,400 






253,555 






45,703 






286,681 


Dublin 




40,485 






105,413 






1,168,788 






584,202 






242,558 


Dutton 




99,212 


East York 


2,833,453* 


7,640,732 




47,968 


Elmira 




627,510 






102,347 


Elmwood 




35,074 


Elora 




193,229 






70,161 . 






45,997 






71,969 






12,822 






59,573 






129,230 






284,905 






18,188,826 






363,365 


Fenelon Falls 




15,470 ' 






628,637 


Finch 




44,903 






54,905 


Fonthill 




141,462 






271,438 






7,736.619 






72,897 


Gait 




4,062,534 






1,057,653 






128,195 






862,827 






936,434 






97,850 






90.185 






33,568 






378,980 








* Transfer of Leaside equity from Toron 


.o to Borough of Easl 


York. 







Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



81 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1968 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



» Grimsby. . 
Guelph .... 
Hagersville. 
Hamilton. . 
Hanover. . 



Harriston . . . 

Harrow 

, Hastings .... 
Havelock . . . 
Hawkesbury . 



Hearst... 
i Hensall.. 
Hespeler. 
Highgate. 
Holstein . 



Huntsville . . 
Ingersoll. . . . 
Iroquois. . . . 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 



Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station. 

Kincardine 

King City 



; Kingston. . 
Kingsville. 
Kirkfield.. 
Kitchener. 
Lakefield.. 



l-ambeth 

' Lanark 

Lancaster 

l-arder Lake Twp. 
Latchford 



' Leamington . 

Lindsay 

Listowel . . 

London 

L'Orignal . . . 



,Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan. 



309,105 

5,110,965 

379,307 

49,402,463 

603,740 

227,697 

237,341 

61,898 

96,154 

252,783 

154,056 

128,939 

932,504 

46,368 

18,374 

461,423 

1,065,355 

89,611 

86,258 

254,850 

234,624 
71,460 
25,046 

379,271 
61,274 

4,537,437 

316,653 

18,758 

10,116,125 

186,686 

119,072 
56,164 
43,758 
71,593 
12,968 

923.749 

1,307,718 

568,131 

16,202,664 

35,408 

104,508 

154,382 

57,648 

125,452 

9,102 



$ 

21,313 
343,307 

11.919 
2,560,337 

32,764 

8,871 
9,928 
3,540 
4,046 
39,577 

18,397 
5,432 

39,866 

1,660 

701 

18,381 

35,841 

5,676 

2,281 

26,848 

13,264 
44,879 

2,209 
14,290 

7,009 

272,252 

14,318 

747 

584,792 

9,955 

7,485 
2.976 
2,168 
4,436 
1,394 

46,195 

71,000 

24,534 

903,507 

4,142 

4,150 
5,079 
2,310 
6,374 

754 



768 



22.537 



330.418 

5.454,272 

391,226 

51,962,800 

636,504 

236,568 
247,269 
65,438 
100,200 
293,128 

172,453 

134,371 

972,370 

48,028 

19,075 

479,804 

1,101,196 

95,287 

88,539 

281,698 

247,888 
116,339 

27,255 
393,561 

68,283 

4,809,689 

330.971 

19,505 

10,723.454 

196,641 

126,557 
59,140 
45,926 
76,029 
14,362 

969.944 

1,378,718 

592,665 

17,106.171 

39,550 

108,658 

159.461 

59,958 

131,826 

9,856 



82 



Appendix II — Financial 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Municipality- 



Balance at 
December 31, 1968 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 19t 



Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown. . . 
Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp. 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville. . . 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga . . . 

Mitchell 

Moorefield .... 
Morrisburg .... 
Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest . 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp. . . 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburg 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg. 
Newmarket. . . 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls. . 
Nipigon Twp. 
North Bay. . . . 
North York . . . 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs. . . . 
Omemee 

Orangeville .... 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 



99,728 
348,588 
92.166 
21,094 
34,464 

79,024 
71,967 
393.520 
62,680 
44,217 

1,362,834 

63,303 

51,784 

64«,959 

196,370 

5,908,329 

310.070 

42,428 

142.594 

57,275 

285, 5S0 

513,900 

1,223.633 

45,567 

10,050 

24,500 

26,466 

100,272 

271,953 

607,044 

266,730 

4,791,974 

194,901 

2,579.180 

15,938,566 

180,005 

82,562 

3,744,752 

89.620 

52,907 

466,782 

538,370 

55,886 

8,318,362 

15,001,827 



5,301 

42,000 

5.085 

866 

4, 1 30 

3,847 

4,140 

21,667 

2,485 
3,723 

63.696 
2,792 
2.990 

37,598 
5,587 

790,187 

13,888 

1,744 

8.854 

3,229 

14,465 

20,924 

251,488 

2.160 

985 

1,777 

1.376 

7,067 

11.871 

47,631 

10,476 

228,460 

9.620 

188,537 

1,886,655 

4,999 
4,074 
451,323 
1,919 
2,642 

29,075 

61,957 

4,183 

552,461 

1,563,839 



18,299 



610 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



83 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31. 1968 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31.1 969 



Otterville 

Owen Sound. . . . 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound . . . 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 
Perth 

Peterborough . . . 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet .... 

Plattsville 

Point Edward . 

Port Arthur 

Port Burwell . . 
Port Colborne . 

Port Credit .... 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll . 

Port Perry 

I Port Rowan 
Port Stanley . . 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Oueenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill.. 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

' Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

■ Rosseau 

Russell 



61,157 
1,925,726 

82,682 
236,419 
650,707 

144,083 
218,678 
41.452 
405,653 
641.383 

5,128,565 

465,911 

51,166 

568,349 

31,663 

87,525 

646,142 

12,672,735 

35,150 

1,137,471 

1.043,190 
279,912 
208,833 

1,004,358 
123,917 

197,585 

55,704 

232,396 

487,219 

1,526,240 

8,041 
57.155 
51,495 
38,167 
82,848 

380,669 

66,379 

810,688 

262,618 

60,413 

87,596 
71,465 
92,009 
25,355 
47,619 



2,317 

96,359 

3,395 

7,334 

26,433 

5,637 
20,791 
26,791 
19,490 
27,304 

304,846 

15,889 

6,318 

22,201 

4,284 

4,824 

33,675 

264,993 

1.590 

62,797 

80,203 
11.202 
12,791 
48,386 
5,921 

12,651 

2,170 

6,284 

22,510 

70,099 

394 
1,852 
2,008 
4,548 
4,969 

30,385 

7,346 

75,781 

10.787 
2.247 

9,133 
3,204 

3,337 
1 ,065 

2,555 



10,750 



63,474 

2.022,085 

86,077 

243,753 
677,140 

149,720 
239,469 
68,243 
425,143 
668,687 

5,433,411 
481,800 

57,484 
590,550 

35,947 

92,349 

679,817 

12,937.728 

36,740 

1,200,268 

1,123,393 
291,114 
221,624 

1,052,744 
129,838 

210.236 

57,874 

238,680 

509,729 

1,607,089 

8,435 
59,007 
53,503 
42,715 
87,817 

411,054 

73,725 

886,469 

273,405 

62,660 

96,729 
74,669 
95,346 
26,420 
50.174 






84 



Appendix II 



Financial 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Municipality 


Balance at 
December 31, 1968 


Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 


Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 


Balance at 
December 31, 196 




$ 

10,626,520 

75,112 

85.834 

109,532 

1,011,356 

2,818,213 

225,903 

8,743,708 

11,804,402 

117,956 

298,674 
150,276 

1,077,793 
216,594 

1,036,716 

189,523 
72.237 
18,331 
46,842 

144,504 

119,087 
296,848 
246,644 

3,124,554 
595,934 

276,885 

190,897 

3,900,854 

62,316 

37,233 

175,506 
69,615 
225.568 
237,590 
109,913 

155,123 

118,696 

125,144 

75.737 

46,808 

80,596 

43,634 

21,992 

1,300,719 

342,380 


$ 

646,811 

5,852 

3,551 

4,397 

21,224 

120,739 

25,582 

257,795 

1,246,346 

7,895 

10,405 
7,059 
60,366 
11,159 
52,169 

9,718 
3.215 
3,699 
1,376 
7,366 

6,233 

25.217 

17,247 

136,679 

29,151 

24,298 

19,929 

285,955 

2,835 

3,714 

9,405 
4,056 
7,123 
14,463 
5,817 

8.246 
6,326 
4,924 
2,974 
6,139 

6,619 

1,352 

1 ,065 

30,166 

15,522 


$ 


$ 
11,273,331 


St. Clair Beach 




80,964 


St. George 




89,385 


St. Jacobs 


113,929 


St. Mary's 




1,032,580 






2,938,952 


Sandwich West 




251,485 






9,001,503 


Scarborough 




13,050,748 




125,851 


Seaforth 




309,079 






157,335 






1,138,159 






227,753 


Smiths Falls 




1,088,885 






199,241 






75,452 






22,030 






48,218 






151,870 






125,320 






322,065 


Stouffville 




263,891 


Stratford 




3,261,233 






625,085 






301,183 






210,826 






4,186,809 






65,151 






40,947 






184,911 






73,671 
232,691 
252,053 
115,730 

163,369 

125,022 

130,068 

78,711 

52,947 

87,215 

44,986 

23,057 

1,330,885 

357,902 


























Thedford 


















Thorold 













Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



85 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1968 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1969 



Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Oxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour. . . 
Walkerton 

I Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities. 
Power District 

TOTAL 



691,894 

114,031,638 

71,938 

1,667,549 

153,693 

240,769 
51,167 

118,206 
55,142 

381,670 

1,639,167 

30,160 

41,264 

60,397 

146,505 

200,266 
2,435,572 

198,881 
46,095 
11,097 

3,133,958 

76,748 

99,992 

178,522 

57,910 

132,546 

1,117,792 

189,730 

42,529 

180,514 

24,820 

19,768.496 

366,724 

297,514 

2,969,153 

41,172 

67,419 

9,458,060 

78,705 



483,759,424 
191,811,079 



675,570,503 



33,522 

3,776,583 

3,182 

90,199 

9,313 

15,873 

6,039 

124,600 

3,768 

26,481 

92,875 
1,251 
2,010 
6,091 

7,744 

9,490 
197,875 
8,930 
2,530 
1,406 

181,905 
3,038 
3,773 
7,210 
2,618 

5,292 

113,327 

8,908 

1,439 

10,203 

1,067 

871,751 

18,746 

11,974 

153,305 

1,579 

4,374 

463,795 

3,000 



27,670,875 
15,457,655 



43,128,530 



2,833,453* 



547,343 



399 



601,184 
601,184 



725,416 

114,974,768 

75,120 

1,757,748 

163,006 

256,642 
57,206 

790,149 
58,910 

408,151 

1,732,441 

31,411 

43,274 

66,488 

154,249 

209.756 
2,633,447 

207,811 
48,625 
12,503 

3,315,863 

79,786 

103,765 

185,732 

60,528 

137,838 
1,231,119 
198,638 
43,968 
190,717 

25,887 
20,640,247 

385,470 
309,488 

3,122,458 

42,751 

71.793 

9,921.855 

81.705 



512,031,483 
206,667.550 



718,699,033 



Transfer of Leaside equity from Toronto to Borough of East York. 



APPENDIX III— RURAL 



The Commission distributes power and provides service to its rural system 
customers through 68 administrative Area Offices in the province. Retail 
customers are supplied under the following classes of service: Farm, Residential. 
Residential-Intermittent Occupancy, and General. The description of these classes- 
of service and the rates applicable to them at December 31, 1969, are included in 
this appendix. 

Description of Main Classes of Service 

The farm class includes single-phase or three-phase electrical service to the 
farm residence and to all buildings and equipment used in the production and 
processing of farm products. In other words, for purposes of classification, a farm 
is a residence and a business. The business, which is agricultural production on a 
continuing basis, must be carried on at such a level as to ensure that the farm is a 
viable economic unit. 

The term "agricultural production", as used here, includes the work oi 
cultivating soil, producing crops and raising livestock, as well as operations in 
nurseries, fur farms, hatcheries and &gg production. Properties devoted solely to 
reforestation projects or the raising of Christmas trees, or having extensive acreage 
but not engaged in agricultural production are classified according to their use, but 
not as farms. Small properties of 30 acres and under are classified as residential, 

86 



Rural Electrical Service 87 

unless they are operated for some intensive or specialized form of agricultural 
production, for example fruit farming, poultry raising, market gardening, or 
nurseries. 

Service may be supplied under one farm service to all separate dwellings on the 
property and occupied by persons engaged in its operation. Additional dwellings 
occupied by persons otherwise engaged are regarded as residential. 

The residential class is applicable to establishments used primarily for living 
accommodation, and considered to be the customer's permanent residence. There 
are two sub-classes of residential service for rate purposes — Group 1 (B), which 
is applicable to services in designated zones of high customer concentration where 
there are at least 100 customers of any class in a group, with a density of not less 
than 25 customers per mile of any line, and Group 2 (R), which is applicable 
elsewhere. 

The residential intermittent-occupancy class is applicable to any self-contained 
residential establishment which is not regarded as the customer's permanent 
residence, where residential occupancy is not continuous throughout a large part of 
the year, but rather, seasonal or intermittent, whether in summer or winter, or both. 
As in the year-round residential class, there are two sub-classes of residential 
intermittent-occupancy service for rate purposes. 

The general class is applicable to all community business, processing, or 
manufacturing establishments supplied with single-phase or three-phase electrical 
service at secondary, rural primary distribution, or subtransmission voltage, 
exclusive of those that fall within the definition of the farm class. 



Rural Rate Structure 

The net rates in effect at December 31, 1969, are given in the accompanying 
table. They are quoted on a monthly basis except the rates for residential 

i intermittent-occupancy services, which are quoted on an annual basis. The table 
shows the number of kilowatt-hours in each energy block, and the rate applicable 
to each class of service. Bills are subject to a monthly minimum as shown or, for 
residential intermittent-occupancy service, to an annual minimum. Bills for farm 
and general accounts include a demand charge for kilowatts in excess of 50 and are 

' subject to minima based on demands established in previous billing periods. 

The all-electric rates in effect throughout the province apply only .to year-round 
residential service where the sole source of energy is electricity, that is where 
electric energy exclusively is used day by day for space-heating, cooking, and 
water-heating through the use of a high-performance water-heater, having tank and 
element sizes acceptable to Ontario Hydro. 



88 



Appendix III — Rural 



NET RATES AND TYPICAL BILLS FOR 
RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

(Subject to a 5 per cent late-payment charge) 



Class and 
Designation 


Electric 
Heating 

Separately 
Billedt 

c per Kwh 




Nu 


nber of Kilowatt-Hours per Month Billed 
at Kwh Rate Shown 
(+ indicates all additional) 






Minimum 
Charge 

per 
Month 


Net Monthly 
Charge for 




5.5c 


5.0c 


4.5c 


2.5c 


2.2c 


2.1c 


1.8c 


1.45c 


1.3* 


1.25c 


U* 


250 kwh 


500 kwh 


^Residential 
GROUP 1 

■B 

ttEB 

GROUP 2 

•■R2 
■R 
ttER 


1.1 

1.25 
1.25 


50 


50 


50 


200 


200 
50 


200 


50 


500 

500 

1.200 


500 
1,200 


+ 
+ 
+ 


+ 
+ 


$2.75 
$2.75 

$2.50 
$2.75 
$2.75 


$6.45 
$3.50 

$6.90 

$7.75 
$4.00 


$0.70 
$6.75 

$10.5? 
$11.38 
$7.63 




ANNUAL RATES 


Minimum 
Charge 






First 700 
per Year 


Balance of Kilowatt-Hours per Year 

at Kwh Rate Shown 

(+ indicates all additional) 


Net Annual 
Charge for 


^Residential 
Intermittent 
Occupancy 

GROUP 1 

1S1 
ttESI 

GROUP 2 

IS 
ttES 


2.5c: 


2.1c 


1.45c 


l.^C 


1.25c 


1.1* 


0.8c 


1.25c 


1.1* 


1.000 
kwh 


3,000 
kwh 


$40.00 
$40.00 

$40.00 
$40.00 


800 
800 


800 
800 


3,000 
3,000 


3,000 
3,000 


1,500 


1,500 


4,400 
3,000 


+ 

+ 


+ 
+ 


$40.00 
$40.00 

$40.00 
$40.00 


$46.30 
$46.30 

$47.50 

$47.50 


$76.30 
$76.30 

$81.75 

$81.75 



- I 









Demand 








■* E 

Z 8. 
£ B 


Balance of Kilowatt-Hours per Month at 

Kwh Rate Shown 

(+ indicates all additional) 


Charge 


bo 

I! 

2 & 




Class and 
Designation 


1 
First 50 kw per 
Month — No charge 
Balance — $/Kw 


Net Monthly 

Charge 

Under 50 Kw 

for 




3.1* 


2.6<< 


1.55c 


1.35c 


0.55* 


0.44c< 


0.33c 


250 kwh 


500 kwh 


General 


























SINGLE-PHASE 
•«1G2 

■lGl 


$2.75 
$3.25 


200 


200 


1 .000 
1 ,000 


+ 
8.750 


+ 






$1.90 


$2.75 
$3.25 Q 


$7.95 
$9.45 


$11.83 
SI 3.33 


THREE-PHASE 
■1G3 


$8.25 


200 




1 ,000 


8,750 


190,000 


800.000 


+ 


$1.90 


$8.2 SO 


$14.45 


$18.33 




Balance of Kilowatt-Hours per Month at Kwh Rate Shown 








(+ indicates all additional) 












2.7c 


1.5c 


1.3* 


0.55c 




SINGLE-PHASE 




















■1F1 


$2.75 


200 


500 


9,250 


+ 


$1.90 


$2.75Q 


$8.15 


$11.90 


THREE-PHASE 




















■1F3 


S7.75 


200 


500 


9,250 


+ 


$1.90 


$7.75© 


$13.15 


$16.90 



A Under residential, and residential intermittent-occupany, group 1 are customers in high-density areas and group 2 in low-density areas. 

■Upon application to the Commission, customers under residential rates using an approved metered electric water-heater with tank and element 
size acceptable to Ontario Hydro shall have a block of 500 kwh at 0.8c per kwh inserted in the rate schedule immediately following the second 
block. Customers under general and farm rates having one or more similarly approved heaters shall have a block of 500 kwh inserted im- 
mediately following the second block, at 0.9^ per kwh for general and 0.8c per kwh for farm. The succeeding energy blocks for the general and 
farm groups will then be reduced by 500 kwh respectively from the 8,750 and 9,250 kwh shown. 

•Existing two-wire service only. 

tApplicable only to existing separately billed electric heating service in apartment buildings and to separately metered electric heating in farm 
houses. 
ttAll-electric rate for customers having an approved metered electric water-heater and using electricity as the sole source of energy for home 
heating and cooking. 

©Plus 25c" per kw for each kw in excess of 50, established as a peak during the previous 1 1 months. 



Miles of Line and IS umber of Customers 



89 



MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1969 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Year- 
Round 


Seasonal 


Total 


Niagara 

Beamsville 

Brantford 

Cayuga 

Dundas 


589.21 
834.33 
741.55 
403.68 
961.52 

881.94 
824.05 
302.50 
584.11 


3,064 
3,095 
2,612 
1,619 
2,977 

3,586 

3,621 

830 

1,325 


6,456 
3,697 
2,763 
6,069 
5,546 

1,767 
4,313 
6,614 
6,307 


187 

59 

2,674 


760 
637 
529 
524 
943 

537 
546 
816 
765 


8 
6 

57 

18 

5 
100 

76 


10,475 
7,494 
8,635 
8,212 


Guelph 

Listowel 

Simcoe 

Stoney Creek .... 
Welland 


502 

421 

1,849 

74 

1,394 


9,986 

6,316 

10,429 

8,334 

9,867 


Total 


6,122.89 


22,729 


43,532 


7,160 


6,057 


270 


79,748 


Central 

Bowmanville. . . . 

Brampton 

Markham 

Newmarket 


665.09 
641.61 
490.98 
914.65 


1,662 
1,449 
1,090 
2,763 


4,687 

8,961 

13,709 

12,722 


1,414 
183 
166 

3,758 


575 

822 

1,470 

1,291 


28 

13 

24 

130 


8,366 
11,428 
16,459 
20,664 


Total 


2,712.33 


6,964 


40,079 


5,521 


4,158 


195 


56,917 







90 



Appendix III — Rural 



MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 
as at December 31, 1969 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Year- 
Round 


Seasonal 


Total 


Western 

Beachville 

Clinton 


801.64 
839.27 
718.56 
1,107.21 
685.70 

1,098.39 

1,043.96 

487.34 

687.51 

683.97 

483.97 
512.07 


3,038 
3,195 
3,114 
5,349 
2,712 

4,291 
4,091 
1,798 
2,927 
2,289 

1,759 
1,827 


2,622 
1,616 
4,584 
9,010 
1,297 

3,853 
4,983 
2,610 
1,520 
2,366 

1,712 
593 


46 
1,352 

175 
3.263 

637 

1,115 

2,035 

37 

21 

5 

443 
70 


483 
412 
689 
1,185 
315 

838 
900 
524 
401 
467 

449 

238 


4 
27 
15 
89 
19 

54 
99 

22 


6,19' 

6,60, 


East Elgin 

Essex 


8,57 
18,89 


Exeter 


4,98 


Kent 


10,15 


Lambton 

London 


12,10i 
4,99 


Stratford 

Strathroy 

Wallaceburg 

West Lome 


4,86 
5,12 

4,36 
2,72 


Total 


9,149.59 


36,390 


36,766 


9,199 


6,901 


329 


89,58 






Eastern 

Arnprior 

Bancroft 

Brockville 

Cobden 


607.21 
797.73 
902.83 
1,376.06 
641.23 

891.39 
1,185.39 
1,475.60 
1,518.93 

783.32 

918.49 
1,172.07 
1,584.45 


1,250 
583 
2,299 
2,542 
1,635 

2,387 
2,224 
2,819 
2,981 

2,542 

1,461 
4,138 
5,386 


4,165 
1,919 

4,470 
5,979 
3,066 

5,348 
8,996 
3,135 
5,375 
3,644 

2,298 
3,975 
7,074 


2,036 
4,492 
2,095 
2,521 
1,341 

932 
2,918 
4,952 
8,373 
1,563 

2,422 
1,261 

735 


546 

470 
825 
993 
408 

789 
1,216 
642 
782 
544 

456 

953 

1,208 


51 

154 

82 

37 

197 

272 
140 

177 

23 
20 


8,04 

7,46 

9,68' 

12,18' 


Cobourg 

Frankford 

Kingston 

Perth 


6,53 

9,49 
15,35 
11,74 


Peterborough .... 
Picton 


17,78 
8,43 


Tweed 


6,81 


Vankleek Hill. . . 
Winchester 


10,351 
14,42. 


Total 


13,854.70 


32,247 


59,444 


35,641 


9,832 


1,153 


138,31 























MILES 


Miles of Line and Number 

OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER 
as at December 31 


of Customers 

OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 
, 1969 


91 


Areas by Regions 


Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Farm 


Residential 


General 




Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Year- 1 
Round 


Seasonal 


Total 


Georgian Bay 
Alliston 


911.74 
556.06 
984.31 
1,162.71 
852.85 

631.09 
813.46 
643.62 
1,584.28 
628.90 

634.82 

533.09 

1,755.47 


3,086 
1,392 

273 
2,451 

379 

290 
2,189 
1,094 
4,249 

156 

674 
1,447 
6,585 


2,472 
5,052 
2,905 
3,378 
2,760 

2,109 

2,874 
3,020 
4,026 
1,946 

2,303 
2,520 
2,679 


488 

3,976 

10,425 

8,311 

5,038 

6,138 
603 
5,766 
6,688 
3,407 

7,785 
4,722 
2,472 


399 
573 
497 
571 
484 

437 
487 
492 
917 
358 

329 
404 
825 


10 
117 
328 
235 
292 

191 
11 
195 
261 
236 

200 

223 

99 


6,455 


Barrie 

Bracebridge 

Fenelon Falls .... 
Huntsville 

Minden 


11,110 

14,428 

14,946 

8,953 

9,165 


Orangeville 

; Orillia 


6,164 
10,567 


Owen Sound 

Parry Sound .... 

Penetanguishene. 
Stayner 


16,141 
6,103 

11,291 
9,316 


Walkerton 

Total 


12,660 


11,692.40 


24,265 


38,044 


65,819 


6,773 


2,398 


137,299 






Northeastern 
i Algoma 


399.87 
396.49 
156.77 
650.06 
519.21 

713.96 

780.07 
742.28 
188.22 
578.82 


355 
247 
32 
832 
543 

1,185 
765 
216 
124 

777 


4,076 
4,034 
1,045 
2,177 
1,637 

1,995 
3,079 
12,432 
1,172 
2,426 


447 
398 
491 
1,079 
467 

622 
1,518 
1,728 

167 
1,681 


647 
520 
216 
596 
306 

561 
441 
1,045 
246 
399 


59 

12 

18 

130 

8 

1 

181 

33 

3 
109 


5,584 


Kapuskasing .... 
Kirkland Lake . . . 

Manitoulin 

Matheson 

New Liskeard . . . 

North Bay 

Sudbury 

J Timmins 

Warren 


5,211 
1,802 
4,814 
2,961 

4,364 
5,984 
15,454 
1,712 
5,392 


Total 




5,125.75 


5,076 


34,073 


8,598 


4,977 


554 


53,278 








«* 



92 



Appendix III — Rural 



MILES 


OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER 
as at December 31 


OF RURAL 
, 1969 


CUSTOMERS 






Miles 

OF 

Primary 
Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 


Total 




Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Year- 
Round 


Seasonal 


Northwestern 

Dryden 

Fort Frances .... 

Geraldton 

Kenora 


402.12 
660.21 
162.15 
340.90 
28.25 

950.79 
117.65 


203 
814 

2 
52 

840 


1,915 
1,280 
917 
1,438 
1,269 

4,392 
1,101 


566 

373 

43 

1,713 


367 
385 
309 
261 
338 

661 
261 


74 

52 

14 

163 

27 
18 


3,12 = 
2,904 
1,28= 

3,62', 
1,60< 

7,90= 
1,45c. 


Patricia 


Port Arthur 

Terrace Bay 


1,985 
76 


Total 


2,662.07 


1,911 


12,312 


4,756 


2,582 


348 


21,905 


SUMMARY— MILES OF RURAL LINE, NUMBER OF RURAL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1969 




Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Regions by 
Systems 


Farm 


Residential 


General 


Total 


Continuous 
Occupancy 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 


Year- 
Round 


Seasonal 


East System 

Niagara 


6,122.89 
2,712.33 
9,149.59 
13,854.70 
11,692.40 
5,125.75 


22,729 
6,964 
36,390 
32.247 
24,265 
5,076 


43,532 
40,079 
36,766 
59,444 
38,044 
34,073 


7,160 
5,521 
9,199 
35,641 
65,819 
8,598 


6,057 
4,158 
6,901 
9,832 
6,773 
4,977 


270 
195 
329 
1,153 
2,398 
554 


79,746 

56,91/ 

89,58 c 

138,31/ 

137,295 

53,276. 


Central 

Western 

Eastern 


Georgian Bay. . . . 
Northeastern. . . . 


Total 


48,657.66 


127,671 


251,938 


131,938 


38,698 


4,899 


555,144 




West System 
Northwestern .... 


2,662.07 


1,911 


12,312 


4,756 


2,582 


348 


21,905 


Grand Total . . . 


51,319.73 


129,582 


264,250 


136,694 


41,280 


5,247 


577,053 























Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 




93 




Rural Electrical Service 










CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 


AND CONSUMPTION, BY 


CLASSES OF SERVICE 




Class of Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


Monthly 
Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Average 

Cost 
per Kwh 








$ 


kwh 




kwh 







*Farm 


1960 


16,688,958 


850,192,892 


140,782 


503 


1.96 






1961 


17,367,400 


909,189,400 


138,924 


542 


1.91 




1962 


17,975,845 


971,696,100 


137,954 


585 


1.85 






1963 


19,086,801 


1,058,604,500 


136,864 


642 


1.80 






1964 


19,447,674 


1,090,954,900 


135,680 


667 


1.78 






1965 


20,408,010 


1,170,321,600 


134,484 


722 


1.74 






1966 


21,140,330 


1,226,165,263 


133,112 


764 


1.72 






1967 


22,373,234 


1,332,360,300 


132,235 


837 


1.68 






1968 


23,763,112 


1,403,287,300 


130,166 


891 


1.69 






1969 


26,724,471 


1,490,465,400 


129,290 


957 


1.79 




*Rural, and 


1960 


20,151,434 


1,070,637,716 


221,915 


405 


1.88 




Suburban Residential 


1961 


20,494,966 


1,096,653,000 


205,822 


427 


1.87 






1962 


21,366,479 


1,153,182,400 


215,857 


456 


1.85 






1963 


23,616,431 


1,299,169,800 


224,024 


492 


1.82 






1964 


24,563,281 


1,364,958,200 


220,199 


512 


1.80 






1965 


25,686,192 


1,459,057,800 


220,617 


552 


1.76 






1966 


26,365,167 


1,570,966,227 


227,909 


584 


1.68 






1967 


28,967,165 


1,797,122,700 


238,386 


642 


1.61 






1968 


32,353,023 


1,992,463,900 


245,009 


687 


1.62 






1969 


39,313,409 


2,269,511,600 


264,250 


738 


1.73 




*Commercial 


1960 


6,099,889 


301,874,591 


38,887 


653 


2.02 




(including Summer 


1961 


6,425,565 


324,871,900 


38,496 


700 


1.98 




Commercial) 


1962 


6,739,668 


343,061,600 


39,574 


732 


1.96 






1963 


7,423,798 


383,400,200 


40,509 


798 


1.94 






1964 


7,821,307 


407,033,500 


40,525 


837 


1.92 






1965 


8,355,580 


435,773,100 


40,506 


896 


1.92 






1966 


8,654,367 


478,810,358 


40,363 


987 


1.81 






1967 


9,077,859 


515,704,600 


40,560 


1,062 


1.76 






1968 


9,887,524 


562,106,300 


40,335 


1,158 


1.76 






1969 


11,690,421 


643,275,400 


42,027 


1,290 


1.82 




*Residential — 


1960 


4,141,665 


67,785,615 


95,196 


61 


6.11 




Intermittent 


1961 


4,358,812 


74,693,800 


99,032 


64 


5.84 




Occupancy 


1962 


4,613,953 


83,051,000 


103,415 


68 


5.56 






1963 


4,979,590 


96,694,400 


108,077 


76 


5.15 






1964 


5,225,074 


105,483,200 


112,445 


80 


4.95 






1965 


5,624,928 


122,354,200 


116,326 


89 


4.60 






1966 


5,835,789 


130,845,233 


120,611 


92 


4.46 






1967 


6,229,861 


148,971,200 


125,207 


101 


4.18 






1968 


6,815,172 


181,449,700 


131,003 


118 


3.76 






1969 


7,645,109 


208,120,000 


136,694 


130 


3.67 




Industrial Power 


1960 


5,017,774 


325,416,458 


2,511 


11,215 


1.54 






1961 


5,414,240 


354,069,300 


2,475 


11,835 


1.53 






1962 


6,236,466 


418,959,700 


2,762 


13,333 


1.49 






1963 


7,840,887 


555,322,000 


3,036 


15,963 


1.41 






1964 


9,782,441 


779,264,700 


3,139 


21,033 


1.26 






1965 


10,997,087 


907,222,800 


3,271 


23,589 


1.21 






1966 


10,082,027 


977,967,494 


3,549 


23,900 


1.03 






1967 


10,546,055 


1,071,004,500 


3,986 


23,690 


0.98 






1968 


11,665,809 


1,162,315,200 


4,172 


23,746 


1.00 






1969 


13,835,826 


1,319,541,500 


4,792 


24,482 


1.05 



*Consumption for flat-rate water heaters is included on the basis of an estimated 16.8 hours' daily 
use. 

Note: For continuity of record during a brief transition period, this table presents rural service 
statistics on the basis of a customer classification in effect prior to 1966. It will eventually 
be superseded by the current table on the following page, which appropriately takes into 
account the extensive customer classification changes introduced in that year. 



94 Appendix III — Rural 

Rural Electrical Service 

CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, AND CONSUMPTION, BY CLASSES OF SERVICE 

(revised classification) 


Class of Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


Monthly 
Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Averag 

Cost 

perKw) 


*Farm 


1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 


$ 
21,312,377.49 
22,573,596.00 
24,003,192.00 
27,032,992.00 

26,365,167.32 
28,967,165.00 
32,353,023.00 
39,313,409.00 

18,564,346.15 
19,423,552.00 
21,313,253.00 
25,217,726.00 

5,835,789.35 
6,229,861.00 
6,815,172.00 
7,645,109.00 


kwh 
1,240,088,007 
1,349,750,300 
1,424,332,100 
1,516,768,100 

1,570,966,227 
1,797,122,700 
1,992,463,900 
2,269,511,600 

1,442,855,108 
1,569,319,100 
1,703,376,700 
1,936,514,200 

130,845,233 
148,971,200 
181,449,700 
208,120,000 


133,305 
132,454 
130,406 
129,582 

227,909 
238,386 
245,009 
264,250 

43,719 
44,327 
44,267 
46,527 

120,611 
125,207 
131,003 
136,694 


kwh 
771 
847 
903 
972 

584 
642 
687 
738 

2,753 
2,971 
3,205 
3,525 

92 
101 
118 
130 




1.72 
1.67 
1.69 

1.78 

1.68 
1.61 
1.62 
1.73 

1.29 
1.24 
1.25 
1.30 

4.46 
4.18 
3.76 
3.67 


*Year-Round 

Residential 

*General 


*Residential — 

Intermittent 
Occupancy 



*Consumption for flat-rate water heaters is included on the basis of an estimated 16.8 hours' dail; 
use. 

Note: In this table, the General Class includes the former Commercial, Commercial Summer, am 
Industrial Power classes. Three-phase farm statistics formerly included with Industria 
Power are now included under Farm. 



SUPPLEMENT 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

Retail service in cities, towns, and villages, and in certain of the more densely 
populated township areas in the province is provided for the most part by the 
354 municipal electrical utilities associated with the Commission's East and West 
Systems. In 14 other communities, including towns, townships, and villages, the 
Commission owns and operates distribution facilities serving retail customers 
directly. Both types of retail service are brought together in this supplement to the 
Commission's Report since, as municipal operations, they are similar in every 
respect except administration. The table and graphs that immediately follow, 
therefore, cover three major classes of service provided during 1969 in 368 
communities where a total of 1,766,571 customers were served, 1,738,512 by the 
municipal electrical utilities and 28,059 by the Commission. 

The statistics on retail service in general are followed by a commentary on 
municipal electrical utility operations in particular. The tabular statements that 
, form the remainder of the supplement give information on financial operations, as 
well as on numbers of customers, revenues, consumption, and average revenue per 
kilowatt-hour. Statements A and B include a balance sheet and an operating 
statement for each of the municipal electrical utilities. The more general statistics 
in Statement C cover all 368 municipal systems served. The statement of rates and 

95 






96 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Service 

CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, AND CONSUMPTION 
1960 to 1969 



Class of Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


♦Monthly 
Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Average 

Cost 
per Kwh 






$ 


kwh 




kwh 





Residential 


1960 


78,337,615 


6,944,659,090 


1,234,903 


469 


1.13 




1961 


83,682,550 


7,400,028,084 


1,307,893 


472 


1.13 




1962 


89,016,406 


7,852,651,665 


1,346,408 


486 


1.13 




1963 


93,121,018 


8,255,600,930 


1,382,270 


498 


1.13 




1964 


98,724,259 


8,742,950,806 


1,434,174 


508 


1.13 




1965 


106,738,283 


9,423,405,257 


1,475,590 


532 


1.13 




1966 


114,462,536 


10,102,582,788 


1,505,780 


559 


1.13 




1967 


123,236,091 


10,796,826,704 


1,540,505 


584 


1.14 




1968 


137,250,772 


11,531,567,252 


1,565,268 


619 


1.19 




1969 


148,285,270 


12,081,214,500 


1,583,631 


639 


1.23 


Commercial 


1960 


41,229,320 


2,921,670,317 


123,441 


1,972 


1.41 




1961 


45,718,484 


3,289,119,534 


122,863 


2,231 


1.39 




1962 


49,438,348 


3,633,872,392 


121,964 


2,483 


1.36 




1963 


53,130,394 


3,983,332,309 


123,296 


2,692 


1.33 




1964 


58,244,181 


4,460,958,590 


125,555 


2,961 


1.31 




1965 


64,558,257 


4,988,713,185 


127,645 


3,257 


1.29 




1966 


72,309,441 


5,705,565,474 


132,270 


3,595 


1.27 




1967 


81,101,116 


6,450,509,342 


140,087 


3,837 


1.26 




1968 


92,745,351 


7,254,645,414 


151,017 


4,154 


1.28 




1969 


103,091,284 


8,127,936,824 


157,735 


4,388 


1.27 


Industrial Power. . 


1960 


64,057,506 


7,326,683,025 


23,613 


25,857 


0.87 




1961 


69,215,271 


7,994,001,074 


23,179 


28,740 


0.87 




1962 


74,198,657 


8,704,987,001 


23,145 


31,342 


0.85 




1963 


79,740,870 


9,581,875,552 


23,456 


34,042 


0.83 




1964 


86,451,270 


10,488,380,325 


23,866 


36,622 


0.82 




1965 


95,988,774 


11,668,654,346 


23,675 


41,072 


0.82 




1966 


100,320,320 


12,077,932,115 


23,999 


41,939 


0.83 




1967 


106,988,141 


12,594,313,013 


24,560 


42,733 


0.85 




1968 


120,284,786 


13,708,827,688 


24,859 


46,233 


0.88 




1969 


135,273,556 


14,823,099,864 


25,205 


49,347 


0.91 


fGeneral Rate 


1967 


30,517,324 


3,262,998,579 


27,566 


9,864 


0.94 




1968 


49,510,529 


5,110,730,469 


48,825 


11,150 


0.97 




1969 


64,994,694 


6,478,590,301 


64,768 


9,506 


1.00 



Note: Kwh consumption figures for residential and commercial services in the above table reflect 
the use of flat-rate water heaters for a uniform average of 16.8 hours per day. 

fAt the end of 1969, the general rate was being applied in 172 of the 354 communities served by 
associated municipal electrical utilities, where it would, for the most part, cover service to all 
former commercial, small commercial, and industrial power service customers. While the rate is 
shown for the past three years as a separate classification in the table above, the same data 
relating to revenue, consumption, and number of customers, for purposes of continuity of trends 
in cost and usage, have also been proportionately allocated to the former categories of commercial 
and industrial power service. 

During a transitional period the erratic movement in average consumption per customer reflects 
the widely varying mix of large and small customers from year to year as the number of utilities 
using the general rate rapidly expands. 

♦Commencing in 1968, the method of calculating the monthly consumption per customer was 
changed. The new formula uses the average of the numbers of customers served at the end of 
the current year and the previous year. 

typical bills formerly designated as Statement C has been omitted from this year's 
Annual Report. In a period when rates are subject to almost continuous revision, 
this tabulation of rates in effect at December 31 was considered neither a true 



m 



Energy Consumption and Average Cost per Kilowatt-Hour 



97 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
ANNUAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND AVERAGE COST PER KILOWATT-HOUR 



BILLION KWH 



TOTAL ANNUAL ENERGY 
CONSUMPTION 



COMMERCIAL SERVICE 



CENTS PER KWH 



50 10 



2.5 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 
(Includes street lighting) 



-I 
1955 



AVERAGE COST 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 



20 4 



10 2 



- 2.0 



15 



1.0 



- 0.5 



RESIDENTIAL SERVICE 

CENTS PER KWH BILLION KWK 

4.0 16 



INDUSTRIAL POWER 
SERVICE 



3.5 



30 



2.0 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTIO 


N 


















AVERAGE r 
COST 




















, 









































T 

1955 



T 

I960 



T 

1965 



ANNUAL CONSUMPTION 



AVERAGE 
COST 



i 



2 



I 

1955 



— 2.5 



— 2.0 



3.5 



30 






98 



Municipal Electrical Service 



indication of rate conditions throughout the year under review, nor a dependable 
guide to current rates. A computer print-out of this type of statistical data in 
somewhat extended form will be made available, on request, to those who require 
detailed information on rates. 

The general rate was used by the Commission and the municipal utilities for 
former industrial power and commercial services in 172 of the communities listed in 
Statement C. The number of customers billed on this rate schedule numbered 
64, 768 at the end of the year. For purposes of comparison with earlier years when 
this rate was not in effect, these customers have also been included in the other 
services roughly in proportion to the former ratios of these services. On the basis 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 



FIXED ASSETS AND LONG-TERM DEBT 



MILLION 
DOLLARS 

















































































- - 






















FIXED ASSETS AT CC 


SI 














p_ 












































LONG-TERM 
DEBT 










































































* 



600 



500 



300 



100 



1945 



1955 



1960 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



99 



of this reclassification of customers, revenue, and consumption, any year-to-year 
: comparisons must of necessity be rough approximations. 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 

The summary figures on the financial operations of the 374 utilities cover a 
wide range of utility experience on which commentary in detail is out of the 
question. It has been customary, however, to offer a brief analysis of the source 
and application of municipal utility funds, which has some validity as a measure of 
their continuing successful operation. 

The balance sheets indicate that investment in fixed assets at cost rose by 



MILLION 
DOLLARS 



350 



250 



200 



100 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 



REVENUE 




and Other 



1945 



MILLION 
DOLLARS 



350 



300 



250 



200 



100 Municipal Electrical Service 

$56,219,024 to a total of $815,382,191. This, together with an increase of 
$5,620,126 in inventories, was financed, apart from a net increase of only 
$7,730,858 in debentures outstanding, entirely from internally generated funds and 
contributed capital. An amount of $13,651,400 was held in sinking fund for the 
retirement of the part of the long-term outstanding debt of $115,947,129 which is 
in sinking-fund debentures. This left the net long-term debt at 12.5 per cent of 
fixed assets at cost as compared with 12.7 per cent in 1968. 

The total assets of the 354 municipal electrical utilities served under cost 
contracts in 1969 amounted to $1,211,548,579 after the deduction of accumulated 
depreciation of $219,237,998. The increase of $71,443,231 includes $27,387,202 
which represents an addition to the equity of the utilities in Ontario Hydro 
systems, shown in Statement A as amounting to $492,190,861. This equity 
represented 40.6 per cent of the total assets of the utilities, and each utility's share, 
its contributions plus interest, is also shown in this statement. These utility equities 
and their sum would be identical with those shown on the Commission's schedule 
of equities accumulated through debt retirement charges if this schedule were 
available when the utilities close their books at the end of the year. Since this is not 
possible, the equities shown in Statement A are, with relatively few exceptions, 
those at the end of 1968 rather than 1969. 

Total revenues of the municipal electrical utilities rose by $40,092,071 to 
$407,025,245 for an increase of 10.9 per cent, while expenses rose by 
$43,577,624 or 12.6 per cent to $390,357,370. The revenues were derived as 
follows: 

Residential Service $146,025,294 

Commercial Service 77,873,527 

Industrial Power Service 97,855,243 

General 60,966,006 

Street Lighting 10,884,312 

Total $393,604,382 

Miscellaneous 13,420,863 

Total Revenues $407,025,245 

A margin of net revenue amounting to $16,667,875 was 4.1 per cent of total 
revenues as compared with 5.5 per cent in 1968. The Commission regards such a 
margin of net income as an economical source of funds for use by the municipal 
utilities in the normal expansion of their systems. This is particularly true under 
present conditions of excessively high interest rates on borrowed funds. The margin 
also provides a stabilizing factor in the process of retail rate adjustment. This is 
taken into consideration in all reviews of municipal utility retail rates. The 
Commission, as required by The Power Commission Act, exercises supervisory 
control over the activities of the municipal electrical utilities, and their rates to 
ultimate customers are subject to the Commission's review and approval. 



I 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 101 

The books of account from which the foregoing financial information is 
derived are kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting system 
designed by the Commission for use by all its municipal electric-utility customers. 
These records are periodically inspected by the Commission's municipal account- 
ants. From time to time adjustments and improvements in accounting 
procedure and office routine are recommended as required. By providing this type 
of assistance and supervision, the Commission seeks to ensure the correct 
application of rates and standard procedures and the observance of a uniform 
classification of revenues and expenditures. The work carried out by the 
Commission's municipal accountants on the utilities' behalf does not, however, 
constitute an audit of their accounts. The municipalities must make their own 
arrangements for this audit. 






102 



Municipal Electrical Service 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 



Year 


1960 

354 


1961 
354 


1962 

355 


1963 

355 


Number of Municipal Utilities Included 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
413,611,989 
82,246,973 


$ 
457,392,623 
100,165,249 


$ 
488,393,074 
109,914,757 


$ 
523,032,765 
120,564,846 


Less accumulated depreciation 




331,365,016 
12,250,801 


357,227,374 
15,105,454 


378,478,317 
18,063,961 


402,467,919 
19,175,569 


CURRENT ASSETS 




— long-term 


13.990,120 
12,868,807 


14,672,152 
14,190,953 


16,984,376 
15,807,380 


16,225.459 
15,572,525 


Other 














39,109,728 

9,197,511 
2,316,958 
2,553,588 


43,968,559 

9,590,459 
3,261,509 
2,643,494 


50,855,717 

9,742,156 
4,312,070 
2,715,626 


50.973,553 

10,351,372 

5,442,451 
3,235,378 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 






14,068,057 
261,101,650 


15,495,462 
282,255,861 


16,769,852 
305,826,987 


19,029,201 
329,924,857 






Total 


645,644,451 


698,947,256 


751,930,873 


802,395,530 




LIABILITIES 


74.429,684 

10.485.382 

7,146,524 


81,812,075 

12,594,844 

7,860,946 


83,167,367 

12,753,744 

8,254,687 


82,865,177 

12,860,334 

8,534,095 








Total liabilities 


92,061,590 

261,101,650 
2.920,005 


102,267,865 

282,255,861 
2,468,637 


104,175,798 

305,826,987 
2,481,991 


104,259,606 

329,924,857 
2,323.811 


RESERVES 








264,021,655 

81,266,027 
2,316,958 

205,984,657 


284,724,498 

84,572.157 
3,261,509 

224,121,227 


308,308,978 

88,386,510 
4,312,070 

246,747,517 


332,248.668 

92,400.155 

5,442.451 

258,763.652 
9,280,998 


CAPITAL 




Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


Frequency standardization expense 


6,436 














Total capital 


289,561,206 


311,954,893 


339,446,097 


365,887,256 




Total 


645,644.451 


698,947,256 


751,930,873 


802,395,530 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


186,599,701 
2,720,870 


201,891,409 
3,274,114 


216,412,017 
4,439,792 


230,166,226 
5,324,613 








189,320,571 


205,165,523 


220,851,809 


235,490,839 




EXPENSE 


122,634,361 

536,118 

18,273,164 

15.766,246 

7,440,556 

10,750.710 

22,506 


130,857,200 

529,955 

19,486,528 

17,342,308 

8,203,772 

11,466,692 

81,734 


139,291,682 

570,500 

20,760,837 

18,482,105 

8,912,277 

11,655,654 

73,080 


152,433,112 

572,079 

21,989,333 

19,550,879 

9,135,950 

12,557,510 

76,738 




Operation and maintenance 






Other 






175.423,661 


187,968,189 


199,746,135 


216,315,601 






13,896,910 


17,197,334 


21,105,674 


19,175,238 

- 




Number of customers 


1,351,915 


1,423,427 


1,460,553 


1,497,857 



Statements A anil B 

CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1960-1969 



103 






1964 

357 


1965 
360 


1966 

358 


1967 

355 


1968 

354 


1969 

354 


$ 
564.408.772 
133.554,046 


$ 
607,675,682 
148,250,022 


$ 
654,128,175 
164,122,993 


$ 
706,702,798 
182,315,075 


$ 
759,163,167 
200,212,484 


$ 
815,382,191 
219,237,998 


430,854,726 
22.394,390 


459,425,660 
29,195.624 


490,005,182 

12,138,312 

19,530,448 

9,515,323 

23,415,599 


524.387,723 

11,784,458 
21,164,511 

9,039,413 
23,168,868 

1,834,703 


558,950,683 

11,554,954 
27,957,092 

8,252,468 
27,549,947 

1,488,012 


596,144.193 

12,739,781 
23,006 015 


13,290,755 
16,566,500 


9,749.732 
18,398,616 


7,844,003 

31,285,055 
3,029,452 










52,251.645 

10,878,773 
6,626.453 
6.505,335 


57,343,972 

12,648,044 
7,740,863 
8,782,008 


64,599,682 

14,192,035 
9,073,286 
10,162,656 


66,991,953 

15,803,084 
11,099,516 
10,185,521 


76,802,473 

15.883,122 
11,969,393 
11,696,011 


77,904,306 

17,486,722 
13,651,400 
14,171,097 


24.010.561 
354.153.351 


29,170,915 
378,707,011 


33,427,977 
406.329,792 


37,088,121 
439,046.394 


39,548,526 
464,803,659 


45,309,219 
492,190,861 


861,270,283 


924,647,558 


994,362,633 


1,067,514,191 


1,140,105,341 


1,211,548,579 


87,951,607 
14,627,872 
9,799,228 


92,106,967 
17,815,810 
10,515,302 


97.299,929 
21,534,264 
10,693,822 


99,973,438 

28,417,741 

8,671,660 


108,216,271 
40,797,753 
13,611,744 


115,947.129 
48.349.939 
14,857,102 


112,378,707 

354,153,351 
2,251,343 


120,438,079 

378,707,011 
2,156,022 


129,528,015 

406,329,792 
1,842,605 


137,062,839 

439,046,394 
1,458,579 


162,625,768 

464,803.659 
1.338.735 


179,154,170 

492,190,861 
1,346,164 


356,404,694 

96,501.461 
6,626,453 

278,077,894 
11,281,074 


380,863,033 

101,145,958 
7,740,863 

300,558,283 
13,901,342 


408,172,397 

105,895,961 
9,073,286 

323,795,867 
17,897,107 


440,504,973 

110,647,680 
11,099.516 

345.444.966 
22,754,217 


466,142,394 

116.735.092 
11,969,393 

355,282,175 
27,350,519 


493,537,025 

122,655,357 
13,651,400 

369,349,157 
33,201,470 














392,486.882 


423,346,446 


456,662,221 


489,946,379 


511,337,179 


538,857,384 


861,270,283 


924,647,558 


994,362,633 


1,067,514,191 


1,140,105,341 


1,211,548.579 


247,890,291 
6,108,283 


272,214,069 
7,176,496 


292,499,953 
8,640.589 


316,856,666 
9,690,237 


355,980,197 
10,952,677 


393,604,382 
13,420,863 


253,998,574 


279,390,565 


301,140,542 


326,546,903 


366,932,874 


407,025,245 


167,184,292 

564,536 

23,527,954 

20,367,906 

9,678,755 

13.486,318 

26,460 


184,480.710 
571,767 
21,920,862 
21,816,697 
10.222,785 
17.744,672 
78,450 


201,058.552 
612.063 
23,123,145 
23,762,160 
11,045,582 
19,352.182 
92,300 


220,454,314 
708,788 
25,552,916 
26,050,076 
12,131.296 
21,137,680 
57,309 


252,555.717 
749,020 
28.713,279 
29,316,059 
13,359,494 
22,013,755 
67.422 


288,156,598 
813,078 
30,231,314 
32.811.759 
14,683,093 
23.592,618 
68.910 


234,836,221 


256,835,943 


279,045,984 


306,092,379 


346,779,746 


390,357,370 


19,162,353 


22,554,622 


22,094,558 


20,454,524 


20,153,128 


16,667,875 


1,552,238 


1.595,343 


1.630,255 


1,673,104 


1,709,111 


1,738.512 



104 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Acton 
4.790 


Ailsa Craig 
562 


Ajax 
11,305 


Alexandria 
3,027 


Alfred 
1.096 


Alliston 
3.241 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
707.496 
138.559 


$ 

69,477 
6,790 


$ 
1,604,726 
528.202 


$ 
515,316 
160,944 


$ 
111.598 
43.252 


$ 
441.587 
136,696 


Less accumulated depreciation 




568,937 

19.801 

35.000 

3,000 

16.586 


62,687 
8,172 


1,076,524 
157,763 


354,372 
8,839 


68,346 

17,734 
7.000 


304 891 


CURRENT ASSETS 


11 491 


Investments — short-term 


20,000 


— long-term 




850 

26,359 

1,455 


3,000 
5,908 


8,000 




282 


633 
254 


9 588 


Other 
















74,387 
1.304 


8,454 


186,427 
25,468 


17,747 
20,530 


25.621 


49 079 


OTHER ASSETS 


6,592 


Sinking fund on debentures 












189 


4,287 


2.173 














1,304 
640,843 




25,657 
441,040 


24,817 
280,459 


2,173 
38,399 


6,592 




67,904 


287,250 






Total 


1,285,471 


139,045 


1,729,648 


677,395 


134,539 


647,812 




LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


31,100 

34,693 

6.579 




425,500 
87,956 
57,948 


47,300 
25,442 
15,108 


14,500 

7,132 

753 






1,941 
234 


20 862 


Other liabilities 


6,984 






Total liabilities 


72,372 
640,843 


2,175 
67,904 


571.404 
441,040 


87,850 
280,459 


22,385 
38.399 


27,846 


RESERVES 


287,250 




















640,843 
52,839 


67.904 
6,884 


441,040 
220,939 


280,459 
55,778 


38.399 
23,500 


287,250 


CAPITAL 


29,990 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


487,197 
32.220 


62,082 


423,638 
72,627 


249.801 
3.507 


48,552 
1.703 


300,726 
2,000 








Total capital 


572,256 


68,966 


717.204 


309,086 


73,755 


332.716 






Total 


1,285,471 


139,045 


1,729,648 


677,395 


134,539 


647,812 






B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


364,541 
14,246 


26,395 
579 


796,444 
32,719 


259,990 
11,089 


64,301 
1,637 


256,975 




9,711 








378,787 


26,974 


829,163 


271,079 


65,938 


266,686 






EXPENSE 


286,311 


20.416 


563,750 


202,720 


50.444 


187,392 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


30,230 

33,035 

5,837 

17,702 


3.174 
2,379 


51,917 
67,650 
57,833 
47,529 


18,965 

17,841 

4,566 

16,694 


1,537 
5,797 
2.712 
3,837 


26.907 
27,386 


Depreciation 

Other 


1,843 


11,424 


















373,115 


27,812 


788,679 


260,786 


64,327 


253,109 






Net income or net expense 


5,672 


838 


40,484 


10,293 


1,611 


13,577 


Number of customers 


1,571 


239 


3,294 


1,158 


368 


1,212 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



105 



Almonte 
3.677 


Alvinston 
666 


Amherst- 
burg 
4.774 


Ancaster 
Twp. 
15,254 


Apple Hill 
325 


Arkona 

433 


Arnprior 
5.766 


Arthur 
1,308 


Athens 
990 


$ 

601,175 
171.074 


$ 

94,004 
38.330 


$ 
705,771 
198,451 


$ 
406,786 
123,616 


$ 

33,128 
12,806 


$ 

62,498 
23.595 


$ 
765,323 
215.020 


$ 
211,110 
56,062 


$ 
103,391 
28,088 


430,101 
26.885 


55.674 
6.325 


507,320 
8,511 


283,170 

25 
76.000 


20.322 
7,703 


38.903 

9.011 

10,582 

6,000 

1.955 

50 


550,303 

37,803 
12,000 


155,048 
3,072 


75,303 

1,271 


13.000 


4.764 

872 


18.000 
7.269 




10,000 
2,023 


7,640 
2,853 


2,280 


7.274 
256 


197 


4.875 
















42.165 

2.173 


11,961 


33,780 
17,629 


83,555 
1.009 


7,900 


27.598 


54,678 
6,594 


15,095 
116 


11,764 


















4,102 


12 






1,229 


5 217 














2,173 




17,629 
517,565 


5,111 
249,720 


12 
19,996 




6,594 
482,524 


1,345 
123,161 


5.217 
64.812 


157,668 


70,244 


52,458 


632,107 


137,879 


1,076,294 


621,556 


48,230 


118,959 


1,094,099 


294,649 


157,096 








26,000 

25,446 

9,890 






27,187 

58,966 

8,035 


31.800 

11,659 

1,025 




14.421 

3.152 


2.350 
165 


599 
4,467 


1,214 
66 


1.653 


14,652 
433 








17,573 
157,668 


2,515 
70,244 


5.066 
517.565 


61,336 
249,720 


1,280 
19.996 


1.653 
52.458 


94,188 

482.524 
942 


44,484 
123.161 


15,085 
64,812 


















157,668 
: 72,000 


70,244 
23,530 


517.565 
68,237 


249,720 
102,246 


19.996 

5,080 


52.458 
13.113 


483.466 
118.057 


123.161 

27,113 


64.812 
12.988 


383,255 
1,611 


40,029 
1,561 


478,096 
7,330 


206,321 
1,933 


21,874 


51,735 


373,614 

24,774 


99,891 


62,897 
1.314 












456,866 


65,120 


553,663 


310,500 


26,954 


64,848 


516,445 


127,004 


77.199 


632,107 


137,879 


1,076,294 


621,556 


48,230 


118,959 


1,094,099 


294.649 


157,096 



205.528 
2,741 


29,632 
1,285 


373,821 
10,500 


196,285 
9,523 


11,178 
618 


20,828 
1.259 


456,694 
18,164 


76.484 
* 1.538 


49.458 
1.307 


208,269 


30,917 


384,321 


205,808 


11,796 


22,087 


474,858 


78,022 


50,765 


133,152 
17,959 


17,630 


282,830 


147,532 


8,875 


15,616 


380,495 


54.100 


36.878 


12.812 
31.074 


4,481 

5,552 


25,860 
39,995 


17,640 

22,328 

5.505 

10.967 


361 
1,880 


775 
1.640 


21.219 

32.259 

5,235 

29,290 


5,456 

10,634 

3,313 

6,069 


2.764 
4,122 


15,713 


3,390 


17,433 


1.160 


2.143 


3,093 




















210,710 


31,053 


366,118 


203,972 


12,276 


20,174 


468.498 


79,572 


46,857 


2,441 


136 


18,203 


1.836 


480 


1,913 


6,360 


/,550 


3,908 


1,234 


345 


1.632 


1,174 


120 


205 


2,027 


558 


401 



106 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 




Atikokan 
Twp. 
6,211 


Aurora 
10,891 


Avonmore 
229 


Aylmer 
4,438 


Ayr 
1,224 


Baden 
973 


Population 




A . BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
679,349 
272,244 


$ 
1,383,907 
308,525 


$ 

33,236 
13,896 


$ 
559.562 
219,193 


$ 
138,536 
31,563 


$ 
125,662 
37,430 


Less accumulated depreciation 


Net fixed assets 


407,105 

3,191 
80,000 


1,075,382 
41,700 


19,340 
7,913 


340,369 
29,699 


106,973 
3,825 


88,232 
1 1 ,688 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments — short-term 


— long-term 


34,000 
17,230 












34,520 
1,225 


1,461 


8,185 


245 


336 
34 


Other 












Total current assets 


118,936 
10,440 
13,062 


92,930 

2,576 


9,374 


37.884 
1,127 


4,070 
168 


12,058 

215 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


Sinking fund on debentures 




Miscellaneous assets 


6,851 


527 


517 












Total other assets 


23,502 
327,797 


9,427 
495,278 


527 
12,653 


1,644 
508,855 


168 
113,779 


215 
158,246 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 




Total 


877,340 


1,673,017 


41,894 


888,752 


224,990 


258,751 




LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


185,000 
39,919 
25,561 


159,000 

86,013 

7,411 


9,000 
1,194 


9,500 

31,610 

3,171 






Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


8,054 
867 


5,055 
450 






Total liabilities 


250,480 
327,797 


252,424 
495,278 


10,194 
12,653 


44,281 
508,855 


8,921 
113.779 


5,505 
158,246 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


327,797 
215,000 


495,278 
63,644 


12,653 
5,000 


508,855 
79,202 


113,779 
17,503 


158 246 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


5,000 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


54,354 
29,709 


695,455 
166,216 


14,047 


256,414 


84,179 
608 


89,500 
500 








Total capital 


299,063 


925.315 


19,047 


335,616 


102,290 


95,000 




Total 


877,340 


1,673,017 


41,894 


888,752 


224,990 


258,751 




B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


308,102 
23,616 


627,244 
34,864 


14.379 
569 


320,589 
3,765 


77,718 
1,586 


65,667 
934 


Miscellaneous 






331,718 


662,108 


14,948 


324,354 


79,304 


66,601 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


188,396 


510,299 


9,414 


277,944 


56,950 


49,662 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


34,810 
58,297 
34.900 
25,844 


40,105 
41,484 
20,522 

34,716 


1,171 
1,876 
1,013 
1.150 


21,822 

21,099 

5,771 

16,150 


5,857 
10,561 


5,075 
6,157 






4,110 


3,767 


Other 


















342,247 


647,126 


14,624 


342,786 


77,478 


64,661 




Net income or net expense 


10,529 


14,982 


324 


18,432 


1,826 


1,940 


Number of customers 


1.826 


3,224 


108 


1,730 


437 


306 






Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 




107 


Bancroft 
2,190 


Barrie 
26,233 


Barry's Bay 
1,452 


Bath 
805 


Beachburg 
520 


Beachville 
1,007 


Beamsville 
4,050 


Beaverton 
1,249 


Beeton 
1,016 


$ 
473,421 
166,510 


$ 
3,516,764 
1,224,919 


$ 
138,312 
32,338 


$ 
107,929 
30,574 


$ 

77,094 

33,682 


$ 
154,042 
60,527 


$ 
419,623 
134,794 


$ 
219,934 
56,888 


$ 
103,782 
26,568 


306,911 

20,479 
15,000 


2,291,845 
62,971 


105,974 

2,058 


77,355 

7,341 
15,000 


43,412 
7,410 


93,515 
5,682 


284,829 
39,266 


163,046 
6,266 


77,214 

18,635 

5 000 






13,000 
274 


45,953 

1,524 

156 








8,995 

272 


82,213 
767 


13,412 


1,615 
750 


1,991 


2,384 


1,224 












44,746 
594 


145,951 
76,852 


15,470 


24,706 


20,684 


53,315 


41,257 


8,650 
125 


24,859 
161 














1,003 


9,588 


727 




1,465 


313 




3,921 










1,597 
106,035 


86,440 
2,026,608 


727 
40,613 




1,465 
26,041 


313 
305,750 




4,046 
156,230 


161 


38,852 


195,096 


90,093 


459,289 


4,550,844 


162,784 


140,913 


91,602 


452,893 


521,182 


331,972 


192,327 


23,000 
9,712 
2,517 


250,000 

322,103 

29,667 


18,000 

7,821 
396 


3,500 

6,414 

914 


35,650 
2,079 

72 










366 

558 


16,352 
4,131 


7,675 
1,147 


3,754 
1,029 


35,229 
106,035 


601,770 
2,026,608 


26,217 
40,613 


10,828 
38,852 


37,801 
26,041 


924 
305,750 


20,483 
195,096 


8,822 
156,230 


4,783 
90,093 




















106,035 
109,500 


2,026,608 
101,366 


40,613 
7,500 


38,852 
14,000 


26,041 
16,350 


305,750 

5,537 


195,096 
37,500 


156,230 
12,839 


90,093 
13, 


198,141 
10,384 


1,775,725 
45,375 


85,790 
2,664 


64,811 
12,422 


11,410 


139,072 
1,610 


268,056 
47 


154,081 


83,841 








318,025 


1,922,466 


95,954 


91,233 


27,760 


146,219 


305,603 


166,920 


97,451 


459,289 


4,550,844 


162,784 


140,913 


91,602 


452,893 


521,182 


331,972 


192,327 


140,384 
8,252 


1,904,704 
69,391 


66,409 
1,112 


34,559 
1,473 


33,107 
1,192 


124,975 
5,110 


203,776 
9,695 


100,221 
3,140 


48,540 
3,156 


148,636 


1,974,095 


67,521 


36.032 


34,299 


130,085 


213,471 


103,361 


51,696 


93,621 
5,716 
6,212 

1 3,605 
6,549 

17,269 


1,551,521 


50,639 


27,061 


22,821 


130,522 


140,360 


85,859 


37,267 


164,902 

137,690 

30,360 

128,992 


3,015 
6,804 
2,367 
4,065 


2,884 

3,390 

720 

3,469 


1,263 
2,179 

4,524 
2,493 


3,548 
4,964 


16,136 
17,265 


6,518 
8,468 


3,319 
3,179 


5,883 


15,300 


7,139 


3,764 


















142,972 


2,013,465 


66,890 


37,524 


33,280 


144,917 


189,061 


107,984 


47,529 


5,664 


39,370 


631 


1,492 


1,019 


14,832 


24,410 


4,623 


4,167 


821 


9,306 


476 


278 


223 


340 


1,418 


668 


359 



108 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Belle 
River 
2,639 


Belleville 
33,093 


Belmont 
763 


Blenheim 
3,420 


Bloomfield 
717 


Blyth 
784 


Population 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 
252,373 
42,827 


$ 
4,890,899 
1,321,366 


$ 
101,892 
34,649 


$ 
507,283 
142,390 


$ 

74,439 

35.304 


$ 
117,786 
39,959 


Less accumulated depreciation 


Net fixed assets 


209,546 
2,467 


3,569,533 

33,084 
100,000 


67.243 

5,058 
10,000 
9.650 

55 
555 


364,893 


39,135 

14,333 

3,500 

3,993 

344 

578 


77.827 
5.717 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


Investments — short-term 




— long-term 


7,000 

1,777 




2,658 
565 




107,467 
379 


7,618 


Other 










Total current assets 


11,244 

527 


240,930 
65,874 


25,318 


7,618 
4,701 


22,748 


8,940 
114 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


Sinking fund on debentures 






Miscellaneous assets 


11,664 


3,923 


502 


578 










527 
113,460 


77,538 
2,597,421 


3,923 
41,132 


5,203 
259,225 


578 
65,796 


114 
99,026 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 




Total 


334,777 


6,485,422 


137,616 


636,939 


128,257 


185,907 




LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 




687,000 

182,656 

51,442 


44,500 

7,186 

693 


5,089 

12,413 

3,886 








27,683 
1,477 


2,373 
477 


5,302 
189 


Other liabilities 




Total liabilities 


29,160 
113,460 


921,098 
2,597,421 


52,379 
41,132 


21,388 
259,225 


2,830 
65,796 


5,491 
99,026 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


113,460 

19,555 


2,597,421 
342,997 


41,132 
8,819 


259,225 
94,091 


65,796 

9,797 


99,026 
16,032 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


166,482 
6,120 


2,563,941 
59,965 


33,465 
1,821 


262.235 


49,814 


65,358 












192,157 


2,966,903 


44,105 


356,326 


59,611 


81 390 






Total 


334,777 


6,485,422 


137,616 


636,939 


128,257 


185,907 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


124,249 
2,675 


2,127,538 
116,429 


76,775 
3,846 


186,853 
6,466 


36,985 
1,013 


63,274 
1,531 


Total revenue 


126,924 


2,243,967 


80,621 


193,319 


37,998 


64,805 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


84,473 


1,522,625 


64,467 


123,540 


27,300 


50,656 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 


12,967 

14,486 

708 

6,338 


168,371 

216,533 

71,067 

152,709 


3,693 
5,270 
4,635 
4,377 


14,936 

25.641 

2.698 

13,874 


3,033 
4,096 


6,378 
3,698 






Depreciation 


2,639 


4,646 


Other 


















Total expense 


118,972 


2,131,305 


82,442 


180,689 


37,068 


65,378 

_ 


Net income or net expense 


7,952 


112,662 


1,821 


12,630 


930 


573 


Number of customers 


959 


11,648 


257 


1,318 


297 


354 



I 



Statements A and B 



109 



diaieint: 


;nu» iui i 








,1 Ol, 171 








Bobcaygeon 

1,272 


Bolton 
2,452 


Bothwell 
860 


Bowman- 
ville 
8,273 


Bracebridge 
3,352 


Bradford 
2,959 


Braeside 
496 


Brampton 
38.106 


Brantfoid 
61,132 


$ 
292,038 
110,088 


$ 
328,409 
80,255 


$ 

95,004 
37,350 


$ 
1,094,504 
472,682 


$ 
1,140,581 
337.449 


$ 
419,697 
132,582 


$ 

57.082 
1 3,329 


$ 

7,092.938 

1.388,318 


s 

8,080/) 16 
2,432,784 


181,950 
8 606 


248J54 

5,418 
54,875 

14,215 
29 


57,654 
16,168 


621,822 

22,366 
20,000 
59,569 
2 1 ,905 
600 


803,132 


287,115 
5,655 


43,753 
6,684 


5,704,620 
126,229 


5,647,832 

100,502 






250,000 










5,000 
1,184 






2,062 
500 


4,183 


15,332 


36,413 
1,304 


418,423 
162 


85,988 
3.935 










11,168 
4,140 


74,537 


20,351 
715 


124,440 
21,635 


15,332 
8,186 
11.757 


43,372 
12,633 


12,868 


544,814 

170,721 

45,716 


440.425 
124,379 










3.890 


16,855 




12,606 


9,356 


3,442 


2,750 








8,030 
77,862 


16,855 
143,465 


715 
79,083 


34,241 
910,088 


19.943 
27,690 


21,989 
216,084 


3,442 
99,278 


216,437 
1,893,905 


127,129 
7,161,495 


279,010 


483,011 


157,803 


1,690,591 


866,097 


568,560 


159,341 


8,359,776 


13,376,881 


59.700 

14,843 

567 


154,857 

50,041 

3,750 






86.000 
52,592 






2,659,025 
730,514 
632,330 


381,541 


4,286 
106 


50,004 
18,632 


17,277 
3.690 


10,618 
130 


350,081 
118,650 






75,110 
77,862 


208,648 
143,465 


4,392 
79,083 


68,636 
910,088 


138,592 
27.690 


20,967 
216,084 


10,748 
99,278 


4,021,869 
1,893,905 


850,272 
7,161,495 




















77,862 
29,300 


143,465 
41,440 


79,083 

5,535 


910,088 
71,000 


27,690 
419,800 


216,084 

23,351 


99,278 
6,000 


1,893,905 
689,850 


7,161,495 
1.313,142 


96.738 


83,954 
5.504 


68,793 


640,867 


279,785 
230 


308,158 


43,315 


1,664,793 
89,359 


3,828,040 
223,932 














126,038 


130,898 


74,328 


711,867 


699,815 


331,509 


49,315 


2,444,002 


5,365,114 


279,010 


483,011 


157,803 


1,690,591 


866,097 


568,560 


159,341 


8,359.776 


13,376.881 


118,635 
3,023 


151,150 
7,058 


43,985 
2.650 


588,775 
26,884 


234,784 
12,170 


187,488 
7.889 


83,927 
2,120 


2,767,798 
27,041 


4,036.254 
102.157 


121,658 


158,208 


46,635 


615,659 


246,954 


195,377 


86,047 


2,794,839 


4,138 411 


80,324 


114,747 


29,689 


495,799 


76,876 
53,621 
30,199 
30,054 
18,917 
28,702 


127,296 


91,885 


1,899,789 


3,153.167 


9,597 
14,664 
8,293 


11,781 
16,528 
8,283 
9,791 


4,754 
6,639 


31,192 
34,884 


14,356 
19.828 


2,388 
2,774 


113,707 
149,221 
328,053 
200,475 


221.458 

233.543 

69.910 


10.434 


3,285 


40,880 


14,336 


2,059 


235.145 




















123,312 


161,130 


44.367 


602,755 


238,369 


175,816 


99,106 


2,691 245 


3.913,223 


1,654 


2,922 


2,268 


12,904 


8,585 


19,561 


13,059 


103,594 


225.188 


852 


766 


357 


2,847 


1,398 


1 .049 


164 


10.607 


20.625 






110 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 




Brantford 
Twp. 
9,298 


Brechin 

253 


Bridgeport 

2,228 


Brigden 

541 


Brighton 
2,780 


Brockvilk 
20,016 


Population 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

1,729,609 

548,747 


$ 

27,467 
8,479 


$ 
181,649 
33,303 


$ 

72,217 

23,270 


$ 
322,879 
76,192 


$ 
3,143,30( 
855, 56( 


Less accumulated depreciation 


Net fixed assets 


1,180,862 

79,931 
135,000 


18,988 
3,631 


148,346 
15,219 


48,947 
8,393 


246,687 
4,679 


2,287.74( i 
43,47' 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments — short-term 


— long-term 


10,500 
1,040 




11,887 
244 
200 




12.00C 




10,675 
1,536 


1,847 


4,430 
178 


29 53 c 


Other 














227,142 
31,664 

2,325 


15,171 


17,066 
429 


20,724 
30 


9,287 
13,438 


85 OK 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


62,762 


Sinking fund on debentures 






Miscellaneous assets 




102 




1,980 


3,173 










Total other assets 


33,989 
585,208 




531 
108,291 


30 
55,266 


15,418 
190,377 


6=5 93 c 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


27,426 


1,988,082 


Total 


2,027,201 


61,585 


274,234 


124,967 


461,769 


4 426 767 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


350,777 

81,193 

6,669 




12,824 
26,789 

2,107 




25,700 

11,781 

3,260 


518.50C 




3,770 
203 


2,978 
231 


135 961 


Other liabilities 


1,793 






Total liabilities 


438,639 
585,208 


3,973 
27,426 


41,720 
108,291 


3,209 
55,266 


40,741 
190,377 


656 254 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,988,082 


Other reserves 




















585,208 
304,580 


27,426 
2,664 


108,291 
26.825 


55,266 
8,000 


190,377 
39,300 


1,988,082 


CAPITAL 


487,070 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


658,951 
39,823 


27,522 


92,230 
5,168 


58,492 


187,316 
4,035 


1,258,031 
37.33C 










Total capital 


1,003,354 


30,186 


124,223 


66,492 


230,651 


1,782.431 






Total 


2,027,201 


61,585 


274,234 


124,967 


461,769 


4,426,767 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


805,337 
21,765 


10,352 
749 


122,903 
1,653 


22,287 
1,278 


147,137 
4,517 


1.478.58C 
62.49C 








827,102 


11,101 


124,556 


23,565 


151,654 


1,541,07(1 




EXPENSE 


542,012 


8,084 


78,514 


14,772 


114,716 


1.086.78C 

[ 




Operation and maintenance 


73,577 
39,118 
48,921 
56,044 


633 
1,316 


8,365 

14,908 

2,601 

5,268 


2,127 
2,698 


8,080 

14,946 

3,450 

8,968 


101,584 
132,079 
86,877 
97.51' 






843 


2,334 


Other 
















Total expense 


759,672 


10,876 


109,656 


21,931 


150,160 


1,504,833 




Net income or net expense 


67,430 


225 


14,900 


1,634 


1,494 


36,237 


Number of customers 


2,902 


104 


634 


219 


1,172 


7,013 







Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 




111 




Brussels 
859 


Burford 
1.143 


Burgessville 
298 


Burks Falls 
874 


Burlington 
81,205 


Cache Bay 
729 


Caledonia 
3,044 


Campbell- 
ford 
3,332 


Campbell- 
ville 
258 




$ 
106,004 
14,577 


$ 
150.336 
57.649 


$ 

45,458 
14,706 


$ 
107.171 
30,208 


$ 
10,108,358 
2,058,680 


$ 

65,376 
27,692 


$ 
285,954 
90,360 


$ 
944,696 
270,804 


$ 

28,927 
9,765 




91,427 
16,087 

1,304 


92,687 
3,016 


30,752 
3,720 


76,963 

7,050 


8,049.678 

414,310 
250,000 

35,000 
174.314 

74,709 


37,684 

2,938 
12,000 
14,000 

2,629 
20 


195,594 
17,534 


673,892 

858 
15,000 


19,162 
5,643 




3 500 
3,238 


1,500 
1,367 


11,690 
2,329 




2 474 




3,165 


5.701 


744 




















17.391 

173 

5,491 


9.754 

71 


6,587 


21,069 


948,333 
183,974 


31,587 
113 


20,699 
1,642 


21,559 
17,770 


8,861 


















63,141 


2,012 




2,431 


















5.664 
107.016 


71 
113,074 






247,115 
2,552,979 


2,125 
33,813 


1,642 
165,555 


20 ; 201 
54,623 






33,842 


58,087 


24,996 




221.498 


215,586 


71,181 


155,119 


11,798,105 


105,209 


383,490 


770,275 


53,019 




5.670 
363 


4,236 
6.481 
2,239 






2,363,200 
818,231 
223,237 






105,100 

22,463 

2,952 






1,961 
270 


5,078 

183 


1,973 
208 


8,237 
3,184 


90 








6.033 
107,016 


12,956 
113,074 


2,231 
33,842 


5.261 
58,087 


3,404,668 
2,552,979 


2.181 
33,813 


11,421 
165,555 


130,515 
54,623 


90 
24,996 






















107,016 
28.000 


113,074 
16,618 


33,842 
3,500 


58,087 
29,147 


2,552,979 
1,084,904 


33.813 
25,359 


165,555 
15,525 


54,623 
47,400 


24,996 

5,448 




80,449 


72,938 


31,608 


63,624 


4,086,959 
668,595 


43,856 


190,836 
153 


536,808 
929 


22,485 
















108,449 


89,556 


35,108 


92,771 


5,840,458 


69,215 


206,514 


585,137 


27,933 




221.498 


215,586 


71,181 


156,119 


11,798,105 


105,209 


383,490 


770.275 


53,019 




51,220 
1,590 


74,114 
4,844 


17,720 

757 


65,221 
1,121 


5,044,422 
163,857 


18.345 
1,917 


126,348 
3,859 


178,146 
12,127 


12,695 

765 




52.810 


78,958 


18,477 


66,342 


5.208,279 


20,262 


130,207 


190 273 


13,460 




38,165 

3,199 
5.106 

3,038 


49,667 


13,998 


52,675 


3,596,852 


13,759 


80,113 


96,490 

12,977 
17,902 
33,356 
12,949 
23,505 


9,560 




11,063 
7,998 
1,268 
5,825 


1,432 
857 


5,024 
6,820 


327,536 
269,510 
289,111 
285,349 


3,005 

4,044 

6 

2,426 


11,089 
15,055 


771 
1,607 




1,684 


3,025 


8,909 


1,190 






















49,508 


75,821 


17,971 


67,544 


4,768,358 


23,240 


115,166 


197,179 


13,128 




3,302 


3,137 


506 


1,202 


439,921 


2,978 


15,041 


6,906 


332 




405 


466 


110 


371 


21,034 


193 


1,014 


1,410 


93 



112 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Cannington 
1,048 


Capreol 

3,253 


Cardinal 
1.916 


Carleton 
Place 
4,908 


Casselman 
1,289 


Cayuga 
1,070 


1 




1 1 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
129,559 
44,798 


$ 
369,857 
77,908 


$ 
115,035 
36,119 


$ 
530,831 
132,724 


$ 
145,357 
37,018 


$ 
148,431 
48,342 




Less accumulated depreciation 




Net fixed assets 


84,761 
11,206 


291,949 

32,825 


78,916 


398,107 
29,730 


108,339 

441 
8,000 
8,000 

877 
272 


100,089 

10,905 

10,000 

6,000 

1,871 


■ 


CURRENT ASSETS 


i 


Investments — short-term 








8.500 
2,359 
1,103 




1,500 
3,533 


15,000 
5,070 






836 
1,051 




Other 
















23,168 


34,712 


5,033 
108 


49,800 
13,988 


17,590 


28,776 
496 




OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 




Sinking fund on debentures 


2,182 










7,508 


3,867 


248 


7,868 


. 








2,182 
103,168 


7,508 
168,249 


3,975 
116,402 


14,236 
601,486 


7,868 
57,348 


496 
78.867 






1 






Total 


213,279 


502,418 


204,326 


1,063,629 


191,145 


208,228 








LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 




44,400 
1 5,446 
8,620 




27,550 

21,136 

6,674 


14,500 

7,544 

59 




1 


Current liabilities 


4,244 
697 


11,174 
846 


3,969 
668 


\i 












4,941 
103,168 


68,466 
168,249 


12,020 
116,402 


55,360 
601,486 


22,103 
57,348 


4,637 
78,867 


It 


RESERVES 


i '. 


Other reserves 


















Total reserves 


103,168 
14,532 


168,249 
77,600 


116.402 
11,014 


601,486 
80,747 


57,348 
55,500 


78,867 
20,000 


<•: 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


• : 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


90,638 


185,487 
2,616 


64,890 


302,037 
23,999 


55,616 
578 


104,724 


.. 












Total capital 


105,170 


265.703 


75,904 


406,783 


111,694 


124,724 


-r 






Total 


213,279 


502,418 


204,326 


1,063 629 


191,145 


208,228 








B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


54,343 
2,395 

56,738 


183,356 
3,104 


60,847 
1,038 


302,209 

5,741 


68,045 
2,065 


63,853 

3,292 














186,460 


61,885 


307,950 


70,110 


67,145 


til 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


44,106 

2,306 

5,755 


117,546 


47,328 


207,332 


56,501 


40,238 




Local generation 


-" 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


13.786 

21,824 

8,350 

9,881 


5,489 
6,633 


35,344 

36,413 

5,672 

14,937 


2,463 
7,852 
5,384 
3,947 


5,279 

8,822 

23 

4,911 




Financial 




Depreciation 


4,810 


3,667 




Other 




















Total expense 


56,977 


171,387 


63,117 


299,698 


76,147 


59,273 








Net income or net expense 


239 


15,073 


1,232 


8,252 


6,037 


7,872 


3 


Number of customers 


486 


1,095 


687 


1,865 


434 


425 











Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 




113 




Chalk 
River 
1.093 


Chapleau 
Twp. 
3,616 


Chatham 
32,405 


Chatsworth 
398 


Chesley 
1,719 


Chesterville 
1,284 


Chippawa 
4,300 


Clifford 

536 


Clinton 

3.321 




$ 

94,311 
35,716 


$ 
337,113 
20,246 


$ 
5,037,145 
1,353,022 


$ 

43,425 
14,936 


$ 
185,614 
82,435 


$ 
122,407 
39,239 


$ 
384,425 
100,202 


$ 

74,458 

23,346 


$ 
471,424 
159,670 




58,595 

6,679 
3,000 


316,867 
17,515 


3,684,123 

172,437 
200,000 
100.000 
278.526 
5,146 


28,489 
5,367 


103,179 

10,140 

15,000 

4,000 

5,170 


83,168 
17,144 


284,223 
1,637 


51,112 

10,483 
10,000 
3,000 

81 


311,754 
44.374 






13,892 

964 

26 


6,000 

2,825 
1 ,946 








553 


1,143 
3,361 


5,605 


8,215 
















10.232 


22,019 
179 


756,109 
161,919 


20,249 


34,310 
358 


27,915 


7,242 
1,267 


23,564 


52,589 
5,642 
















2,634 


9,122 


38,274 






4,939 


528 


















2,634 

36,530 


9,301 
56,024 


200,193 
3,108,332 




358 
231,027 


4,939 
190,940 


1,795 
160,113 




5,642 




41.283 


62,105 


342,962 




107,991 


404,211 


7,748,757 


90,021 


368,874 


306,962 


453,373 


136,781 


712,947 




26,500 

3,644 

522 


46,000 
61,076 
11,209 


148,099 
216.994 






756 

1.135 


33,700 
12,906 

2,837 


2,569 

4,277 

225 


17,500 




1,675 
300 


7,801 
1,242 


18.456 
5,132 










30,666 
36,530 


118,285 
56,024 


365,093 
3.108.332 


1,975 
41,283 


9,04 3 
231,027 


1,891 
190,940 


49,443 
160,113 


7,071 
62,105 


41,088 
342,962 






















36,530 
28,500 


56,024 
69,000 


3,108,332 
1,369,209 


41,283 
5,014 


231,027 
24,410 


190.940 
5,889 


160,113 
44,650 


62,105 
12,360 


342,962 
104,172 




12,295 


152,723 
8,179 


2,766.366 

139,757 


41,749 


104,234 
160 


108,242 


183,497 
15,670 


55,245 


224,725 

















40.795 


229,902 


4,275,332 


46,763 


128,804 


114,131 


243,817 


67,605 


328.897 




107,991 


404 211 


7,748,757 


90,021 


368,874 


306.962 


453,373 


136,781 


712,947 




41,762 
873 


171,502 
4,943 


2,802,711 

73,677 


19,490 

1,538 


100,567 
2,064 


92,395 
3.437 


163,497 
1,972 


29,835 
1,586 


198,016 
10,248 


42,635 


176,445 


2,876,388 


21,028 


102,631 


95,832 


165,469 


31,421 


208,264 




2 7,435 

2,179 
2,696 
4.623 
3,107 


110,584 


1,754,884 


15,469 


69,600 


83,594 


106,003 


22,748 


139,573 




26,638 

30,688 

10,408 

6,444 


467.583 
264,998 

43,155 
117,377 


1,681 
3,174 


6,580 

12,457 


2,477 
9,769 


13,328 

15,958 

6,512 

10,453 


997 
2,226 

568 
2,529 


12,437 

34,140 

4,387 




1,723 


5,850 


3,736 


14,182 






















40,040 


184,762 


2,647,997 


22 ,047 


94,487 


99,576 


152,254 


29,068 


204719 




2595 


8,317 


228,391 


1,019 


8,144 


3,744 


13,215 


2,353 


3 545 




288 


1.050 


11.167 


194 


803 


497 


1,375 


252 


1.329 



114 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Cobden 
901 


Cobourg 
10,403 


Cochrane 
4,749 


Colborne 
1,429 


Coldwater 
748 


Collingwood 
9,195 








A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
98,836 
29,838 


$ 
1,554,556 
606,445 


$ 
655,963 
162,453 


$ 
214,058 
36,526 


$ 

81,938 
18,767 


$ 
1,398,245 


Less accumulated depreciation 


306,459 


Net fixed assets 


68,998 
12,264 


948,111 

109,729 

25,000 

5,000 

19,823 

517 


493,510 
45,348 


177,532 
1 ,054 


63,171 
1,004 


1,091,786 


CURRENT ASSETS 


748 








6,000 
3,015 






22,500 

3,185 

4 


9 678 




7,377 
774 


6,713 
218 


18,875 


Other 


832 










21,279 


160,069 
20,941 


53,499 
26,069 


7,985 
17,144 


26,693 


30,133 


OTHER ASSETS 


24,474 


Sinking fund on debentures 


179 






474 


20,981 






6,083 












179 
65,186 


21,415 
1,117,965 


47,050 
175,246 


17,144 
110,050 




30,557 




88,750 


974,312 






Total 


155,642 


2,247,560 


769,305 


312,711 


178,614 


2,126,788 






LIABILITIES 






27,750 
51,421 
18,743 






241,000 




4,251 

527 


69,091 
13,967 


7,934 
2,041 


10,853 
595 


65,026 




9,287 






Total liabilities 


4,778 
65,186 


83,058 
1,117,965 


97,914 
175,246 


9,975 
110,050 


11,448 
88,750 


315,313 


RESERVES 


974,312 






















65,186 
4,949 


1,117,965 
105,994 


175,246 
117,250 


110,050 
12,195 


88,750 
6,867 


974,312 


CAPITAL 


51,183 






Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


74,548 
6,181 


922,031 
18,512 


378,895 


179,891 
600 


71,549 


769,819 
16,161 










Total capital 


85,678 


1,046,537 


496,145 


192,686 


78,416 


837,163 




Total 


155,642 


2,247,560 


769,305 


312,711 


178,614 


2,126,788 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


44,048 
1,240 


983,778 
36,397 


294,590 

15,565 


107,284 
3,313 


55,569 
1,434 


868,957 
23,564 




45,288 


1,020,175 


310,155 


110,597 


57,003 


892,521 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


36,422 


798,056 


173,285 


75,558 


45,890 


658,458 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


2,151 
3,772 

3,163 


42,955 
63,152 


37,071 

38,963 

9,090 

18,665 


6,152 

13,737 


2,922 
3,973 


51,122 
55,729 
28,369 
36,196 




61,854 


4,843 


2,389 


Other 


















45,508 


966,017 


277,074 


100,290 


55,174 


829,874 




Net income or net expense 


220 


54,158 


33,081 


10,307 


1,829 


62,647 


Number of customers 


399 


3,629 


1,489 


670 


339 


3,739 





Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



115 



Comber 
640 


Coniston 
2,732 


Cookstown 
749 


Cottam 
653 


Court right 
666 


Creemore 
951 


Dashwood 
395 


Deep Rivei 
5,507 


Delaware 
449 


105,281 
33,986 


$ 
191,698 
39,821 


$ 
74,426 

24,525 


$ 

77,345 

28,501 


$ 
62,909 

12,875 


$ 
106,730 
24,898 


$ 

53.960 
5,540 


$ 
849,803 
271,411 


s 

43,706 
19,310 


71,295 
17,177 


151,877 
2,407 


49,901 

11,256 

2,000 
1,128 


48,844 
3,505 


50,034 

8,177 


81,832 
5,936 


48,420 
30,030 


578,392 


24,396 
6,266 




16,600 






1 1 ,000 
888 




5,000 

922 

1,200 




50,000 
6,717 




9,157 
90 


1 ,033 


866 


50 


2,528 














26,424 


3,440 

1,511 

26,868 


14,384 


15.393 


9,043 
25 


13,058 
67 


30,080 


56,717 
12,206 


25,394 
















526 








8,586 



















28,379 
56,604 




526 
42,138 


25 
35,860 


67 
79,434 




20,792 
206,909 




75,867 


51,751 


55,308 


33,819 


173,586 


240,300 


116,036 


106,901 


94,962 


174,391 


133,808 


862,810 


83,609 




23,000 
16,495 
10,967 


5,108 
626 








2,095 


135,122 

34,900 

1,323 




17,488 
144 


3,921 


2,281 
684 


5,044 
710 


2,143 

198 








17,632 
75,867 


50,462 
56,604 


5,734 
51,751 


3,921 
42,138 


2,965 
35,860 


5,754 
79,434 


2,095 
55,308 


171,345 
206,909 


2,341 
33,819 


















75,867 
12,489 




56,604 
27,000 


51,751 
12,001 


42,138 
13,893 


35,860 
8,138 


79,434 

2,824 


55,308 
3,400 


206,909 
05,878 


33,819 
4,000 


59,524 
8,074 


101,034 
5,200 


46,550 


46,949 


44,715 
3,284 


86,379 


73,005 


118,137 
270,541 


42,871 
578 












80,087 


133,234 


58,551 


60,842 


56,137 


89,203 


76,405 


484,556 


47,449 


173.586 


240 300 


116.036 


106,901 


94,962 


174,391 


133,808 


862,810 


83,609 


30,734 
1,864 


101,981 
1,231 


35,439 

857 


26,827 
1,534 


27,276 
589 


44,943 
2,302 


33,765 
576 


328,659 
13,473 


22,407 
3,483 


32,598 


103,212 


36,296 


28,361 


27,865 


47,245 


34,341 


342,132 


25,890 


17.990 


72,780 


30,075 


17,741 


15,976 


34,986 


22,361 


250,310 


15,504 


4,291 
6,681 


6,150 
9,525 
3,872 
4,840 


4,125 
1,663 


3,075 
4,604 


2,715 
3,378 


3,757 
4,025 


2,727 
2,823 


27,845 
28,751 
18.737 
25,852 


2,697 
2,187 


3,339 


2,469 


2,757 


1,770 


3,723 


1,428 


1,860 




















32,301 


97,167 


38,332 


28,177 


23,839 


46,491 


29,339 


351,495 


22,248 


297 


6,045 


2,036 


184 


4,026 


754 


5,002 


9,363 


3,642 


242 


735 


301 


260 


234 


393 


194 


1,534 


156 



U6 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Delhi 
3,805 


Deseronto 
1,768 


Dorchester 
1,136 


Drayton 
697 


Dresden 

2,451 


Drumbo 

458 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
563,319 
173,253 


$ 
185,986 
83.731 


s 

99,408 
34,874 


$ 
114,613 
19,586 


$ 

388,849 
92,490 


S 

41,960 
22.028 


Less accumulated depreciation 




390,066 

19,359 
63,000 


102,255 
11.092 


64,534 
6,604 


95,027 

8,467 

2,500 

8,500 

779 


296,359 

7,733 


19,932 

4.054 


CURRENT ASSETS 






4,000 
9,292 


1,500 
889 
250 


1 ,000 
4,675 


5,500 
981 




5,714 
25 


Other 














88,098 
14,856 


24,384 
11.770 


9,243 


20,246 
246 


13,408 
5,144 


11.135 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 








117 


















14,856 
257,966 


11,770 
129,927 


117 
60,815 


246 
75,675 


5,144 
240,188 






44,245 






Total 


750,986 


268,336 


134,709 


191,194 


555,099 


75,312 






LIABILITIES 


17,828 
6,174 




854 
211 
365 




1,305 

15,216 

2,542 






6,375 
1,269 


3,332 

722 


247 




179 






Total liabilities 


24,002 
257,966 


7,644 
129,927 


1,430 
60,815 


4,054 
75,675 


19,063 
240,188 


426 


RESERVES 


44,245 






















257,966 
85,000 


129,927 
15,000 


60,815 
6,446 


75,675 
9,500 


240,188 
49,918 


44,245 


CAPITAL 


4,500 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


345,677 
38,341 


115,765 


66,018 


101,266 
699 


245,620 
310 


26,089 

52 










Total capital 


469,018 


130,765 


72,464 


111,465 


295,848 


30,641 






Total 


750,986 


268,336 


134,709 


191,194 


555,099 


75,312 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


219,644 
9,401 


90,215 
6,607 


41,104 
2,364 


42,820 
1,546 


198,072 
4,325 


17,631 
1,346 








229,045 


96,822 


43 468 


44,366 


202,397 


18,977 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


164,514 


71,427 


32,617 


27,922 


135,120 


14,899 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


22,601 
26,594 

16,549 


8,075 
10,060 


2,316 

3,099 

244 

3,863 


3,301 

3,100 

2 

3,222 


15,897 

29,807 

1,344 

8,328 


829 
1,539 

5 
1 ,936 


Financial 


Depreciation 


7,888 


Other 


















230,258 


97,450 


42,139 


37,547 


190,496 


19,208 




Net income or net expense 


1,213 


628 


1,329 


6,819 


11,901 


231 


Number of customers . . . 


1 ,665 


628 


385 


303 


986 


179 








Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 




117 


Dryden 
6,815 


Dublin 
294 


Dundalk 
937 


Dundas 
16,328 


Dunnville 
5,389 


Durham 
2,343 


Dutton 
746 


East York 
97,625 


Eganville 
1,351 


$ 
1.006.227 
367.344 


$ 

65,416 
19,144 


$ 
109,297 
20.712 


$ 
2,780,396 
610,124 


$ 
760,713 
199,032 


$ 
302,263 
83,586 


$ 
100,550 
22,340 


$ 

11,375,969 

3,665,486 


$ 
230.955 
83.318 


638.883 

29.736 
50,000 


46,272 

780 


88,585 
16,058 


2,170,272 
17,245 


561,681 

15,126 
32,000 


218,677 
48,536 


78,210 
1.301 


7,710,483 
54,548 


147.637 
18,252 


1,000 
441 


11,500 
2,241 


9,000 

94,244 

3,294 


4,000 
12,397 




200,000 

632,859 

513 


14,726 


8,480 
2,032 


5.604 
609 


442 


1.396 












90,248 
6,140 


2,221 


29,799 

178 


123,783 
26,479 


53,339 
33,414 


64,933 

713 


1,743 
13 


887,920 

98,772 
68,548 
92,626 


34,374 
1,864 






4,338 






19,879 




4,488 
















10,478 
262,037 




178 
100,112 


46,358 
1,103,733 


33,414 
560,931 


5,201 
231,447 


13 

96,988 


259,946 

7,257,503 


1,864 


38.671 


43.020 


1,001,646 


87,164 


218,674 


3,444,146 


1,209,365 


520,258 


176,954 


16,115,852 


226,895 


74,000 
43,934 
22,110 




5.366 

522 


770,600 

168,623 

62,766 


19,670 

24,060 

8.666 


23,000 

11,956 

1,305 




1,881,903 
596,956 
228,850 




1,915 
85 


10.542 
8.568 


6,043 

558 


140,044 
262,037 


2,000 
38.671 


5.888 
100,112 


1,001,989 
1,103,733 


52,396 
560,931 


36,261 

231,447 


19.110 
96,988 


2,707,709 

7,257,503 


6,601 
43,020 




















262,037 
127,430 


38,671 
6,200 


100,112 

5,727 


1,103,733 
380,331 


560,931 
120,269 


231,447 
32.324 


96,988 
8,408 


7.257,503 

1,669.460 
68,548 

4,195.837 
216.795 


43,020 
98.007 


472,135 


38,739 
1,554 


106,947 


783,379 
174,714 


449,407 
26,362 


220,226 


52,448 


79,267 












599,565 


46,493 


112.674 


1,338,424 


596,038 


252,550 


60,856 


6,150,640 


177,274 


1,001,646 


87,164 


218,674 


3,444,146 


1,209,365 


520,258 


176,954 


16,115.852 


226,895 


396,014 
21,629 


26,139 
477 


69,391 

2.035 


1,014,751 
36,575 


335,111 
5,581 


144,740 
10,251 


39,559 

552 


5,280,008 
264,326 


81,383 
1,505 


417,643 


26,616 


71,426 


1,051,326 


340,692 


154,991 


40,111 


5,544,334 


82,888 


260,917 


18,484 


53,707 


670,648 


237,521 


111.118 


22,025 


4,035,413 


50,637 
9,319 


51.992 

49,543 
10,710 


1,979 
2,602 


6,424 
7,207 


88,480 
88,845 
95,950 
75,388 


44,457 

24,167 

5,305 

19,285 


13,264 

17,649 

2.420 

9,334 


8,614 

3.589 

591 

3.115 


456,717 
497,904 
245,243 
430,497 


3,619 

7,831 


34,307 


2,103 


2.730 


6,258 




















407,469 


25,168 


70,068 


1,019,311 


330,735 


153,785 


37,934 


5,665,774 


77,664 


10,174 


1,448 


1,358 


32,015 


9,957 


1,206 


2,177 


121,440 


5,224 


2,216 

! 


128 


548 


5,283 


2,100 


975 


382 


34,952 


517 



118 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Elmira 
4,462 


Elmvale 
1,048 


Elmwood 
450 


Elora 
1,766 


Embro 
687 


Embrun 
1,360 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
629,615 
200,226 


$ 
121,880 
36,025 


$ 

28,671 
13,062 


$ 
226,339 
77,970 


$ 

99,177 
36,048 


$ 
164,425 
39,521 


Less accumulated depreciation 


Net fixed assets 


429,389 
15,476 


85,855 
8,672 


15,609 

2,894 
3,000 
7,000 
1,094 


148,369 
17,651 


63,129 


124,904 
1,255 


CURRENT ASSETS 




3,000 

3,000 

1,184 

625 


— long-term 


125,000 
6,883 
1,635 


12,000 
2,236 








1,912 


2,432 


Other. . . 












148,994 

553 


22,908 
56 


13,988 


19,563 
1,104 


7,809 


3,687 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 








544 








5,351 
















553 
595,372 


600 
96,965 




1,104 
186,992 




5,351 
39,765 




33,911 


67,442 




Total 


1,174,308 


206,328 


63,508 


356,028 


138,380 


173,707 




LIABILITIES 








600 
9,572 
2,050 




90,000 
19,501 




29,804 
4,294 


5,408 

743 


944 

72 


8,489 
1,170 








Total liabilities 


34,098 

595,372 


6,151 
96,965 


1,016 
33,911 


12,222 
186,992 


9,659 
67,442 


109,501 
39,765 


RESERVES 




















595,372 
37,169 


96,965 
6,544 


33,911 
6,106 


186,992 
19,262 


67,442 
7,500 


39,765 
12,000 


CAPITAL 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


506,035 
1,634 


96,668 


22,475 


136,034 
1,518 


53,779 


10,181 
2,260 














544,838 


103,212 


28,581 


156,814 


61,279 


24,441 






Total 


1,174,308 


206,328 


63,508 


356,028 


138,380 


173,707 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


378,829 
13,797 


67,386 

2,385 


13,373 
798 


101,064 
3,484 


38,646 
2,301 


85,258 
1,443 








392,626 


69,771 


14,171 


104,548 


40,947 


86,701 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


322,020 


54,622 


10,598 


64,978 


29,065 


63,704 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


20,772 
24,381 


1,816 
6,635 


588 
2,088 


13,879 

10,129 

649 

6,992 


3,290 

4,687 

383 

3,805 


1,440 

5,782 
9,075 
4,971 


Financial 


Depreciation 


18,752 


4,231 


1,031 


Other 














Total expense 


385,925 


67,304 


14,305 


96,627 


41,230 


84,972 




Net income or net expense 


6,701 


2,467 


134 


7,921 


283 


1,729 


Number of customers 


1,516 


475 


156 


644 


280 


397 







Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



119 



Erieau 
462 


Erie Beach 
219 


Erin 
1,284 


Espanola 
5,801 


Essex 
3,839 


Etobicoke 
268,130 


Exeter 
3.179 


Fenelon 
Falls 
1,464 


Fergus 
5,191 


$ 
107,175 
38,909 


$ 

26,819 
8,100 


$ 
137,346 
31,105 


$ 
514,252 
128,914 


$ 
496,611 
162,675 


$ 

39,054,486 

8,169,320 


$ 
639,377 
162,384 


$ 
341,462 
100,672 


$ 
686,235 
197,698 


68,266 
12,952 


18,719 
9,661 


106,241 
18,877 


385,338 

7.279 

15,000 

4,000 

6,057 

386 


333,936 
2.656 


30,885,166 


476,993 
15,239 


240,790 
9,374 


488,537 
46,484 


1,015,000 

105,000 

821,668 

12,158 


50,000 


3,923 

513 








9,074 

4,264 

26 






364 


1,055 
675 


29,813 


5,021 


5,689 
226 












17,388 
30 


10,025 


20,607 
392 


32,722 
799 


32,469 
20,646 


1,953,826 

869.437 

3,096,371 

163,708 


28,603 

752 


14,395 
4,720 


102,399 
732 










10,095 


1,700 


1,217 




1,392 












30 
69,327 




392 
53,842 


10,894 
109,710 


22,346 
271,406 


4,129,516 
16,782,991 


1,969 

348,190 


4,720 
9,177 


2,124 


12,291 


589,110 


155,011 


41,035 


181,082 


538,664 


660,157 


53,751,499 


855,755 


269,082 


1,182,170 


3,077 
288 






102,000 
36,557 
13,627 


5,200 

41,610 

200 


9,373,951 

2,533,911 

364,863 


39,089 
15,725 
3,411 


60,000 

19,483 

3,317 


69,000 


589 
189 


6,512 

1,285 


45,941 
4,485 


3,365 
69,327 


778 
12,291 


7,797 
53,842 


152.184 
109,710 


47,010 
271,406 


12,272,725 
16,782,991 


58,225 
348,190 


82,800 
9,177 


119,426 
589,110 




















69,327 
20,529 

61,790 


12,291 

7,783 


53,842 
14,242 


109,710 
43,000 


271,406 
45,864 


16,782,991 

3,604,195 
3,096,371 

15,172,004 
2,823,213 


348,190 
25,911 


9,177 
100,000 


589,110 
65,961 


20,183 


105,201 


150,064 
83,706 


291,807 
4,070 


379,287 
44,142 


67,964 
9,141 


396,672 
11,001 










82.319 


27,966 


119,443 


276,770 


341,741 


24,695,783 


449,340 


177,105 


473,634 


155,011 


41,035 


181,082 


538,664 


660,157 


53,751,499 


855,755 


269,082 


1,182,170 


38,944 
1.374 


9,318 
432 


82,083 
4,953 


266,856 
10,626 


205,147 
5,033 


20,131,887 
363,436 


248,506 
4,763 


124,896 
2,064 


509,163 
11,774 


40,318 


9,750 


87,036 


277,482 


210,180 


20,495,323 


253,269 


126,960 


520,937 


27,054 

6,202 
6,342 

3,546 


5,287 


55,018 


196,689 


138,100 


15,435,116 


157,408 


64,888 
26,601 
14,562 
10,621 
9.735 
8,314 


407,539 


1,035 
2,087 


5,008 
6,359 


20,416 

31,023 
13,103 
14,084 


17,127 

27,269 

1,482 

13,615 


1,227,134 

1,063,374 

976,569 

1,023,203 


25,476 

31,506 

3,770 

18,034 


24,975 

32,915 

6,572 


883 


5,226 


21,171 


















43,144 


9,292 


71,611 


275,315 


197,593 


19,725,396 


236,194 


134,721 


493,172 


2,826 


458 


15,425 


2,167 


12,587 


769,927 


17,075 


7,761 


27,765 


388 


148 


508 


1,634 


1,324 


85,745 


1,407 


878 


1,818 



120 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 




Finch 
409 


Flesherton 
551 


Fonthill 
2.950 


Forest 
2,246 


Fort 

William 
49,000 


Frankford 
1,843 


Population 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
60,679 
17.003 


$ 

57,790 
18,094 


$ 
273.404 
93.115 


$ 
288,806 
139,475 


$ 
6,229,979 
2,500,974 


$ 
169,222 
55,213 


Less accumulated depreciation 




43,676 

2.875 


39,696 
1,936 


180,289 
11,687 


149,331 
30,815 


3,729.005 

127.855 

445,000 

50,000 

232,172 

1,942 


114,009 
10,951 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 




6.000 

5,279 

299 


6,000 
971 




10 
3,048 






3,183 


1 255 


Other 


321 














14,453 


8,907 


14,870 
142 


33,873 
3,269 


856,969 
170.934 


12,527 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 


289 






2 






10,301 


535 












289 
43,260 


2 
51.331 


142 
133,252 


3,269 
261,362 


181,235 
7,529,331 


535 




66 570 






Total 


101,678 


99,936 


328,553 


447,835 


12,296,540 


193,641 




LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 






2,000 
7,369 

2,532 




206,000 
260,302 
187,124 


11,000 
9,488 
1,616 




4,012 
358 


8.138 
2,095 


12,614 
1,500 


Other liabilities 




Total liabilities 


4,370 
43,260 


10,233 
51,331 


11,901 
133,252 


14,114 
261,362 


653,426 
7,529.331 


22,104 
66,570 


RESERVES 




















43,260 
7,000 


51,331 
5,831 


133.252 
58,173 


261,362 

23,357 


7,529,331 
856,139 


66.570 
22.000 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


42,797 

4,251 


32,192 
349 


121,877 
3,350 


136,137 
12,865 


3,219,341 
38,303 


82.967 






Total capital 


54,048 


38,372 


183,400 


172,359 


4,113,783 


104,967 




Total 


101,678 


99,936 


328,553 


447,835 


12,296,540 


193,641 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


22,428 
271 


42,098 
878 


119.559 
5,912 


144,333 
9,891 


2.612,201 
207,986 


80.74S 
5,93.' 


Miscellaneous 


Total revenue 


22,699 


42,976 


125,471 


154,224 


2,820,187 


86,68' 




EXPENSE 


15,987 


36,994 


89,045 


105,639 


1,985,253 


65,56! 

4,74.' 
9,781 
1,24' 
7,69. 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


1.027 
2,696 


1,924 
2,831 


12,925 

11,769 

633 

10,286 


15,702 
18,032 


267,601 

342,637 

53,833 

224,169 


Financial 


Depreciation 


1,947 


2.007 


11,053 


Other 














Total expense 


21,657 


43,756 


124,658 


150,426 


2,873,493 


89,03 






Net income or net expense 


1,042 


780 


813 


3,798 


53,306 


2,34 


Number of customers 


182 


262 


909 


959 


15,791 


691 





Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



121 



Gait 
36,330 


Georgetown 
15.465 


Glencoe 
1.276 


Gloucester 
28,103 


Goderich 
6,698 


Grand 
Bend 
633 


Grand 

Valley 
872 


Granton 
351 


Gravenhurst 
3,283 


$ 

5.300,785 
1,858,054 


1.909,926 
484,341 


$ 
205.973 
70.828 


$ 
4.344,889 
969,300 


$ 
1,205,744 
385,097 


$ 
246.527 
68,169 


$ 

77,871 

26,282 


$ 

29,614 
6,633 


$ 

417,421 
116,213 


3,442.731 
64,371 


1.425,585 
200 


135,145 
225 


3,375,589 
30,251 


820,647 
54.557 


178,358 
10,826 


51,589 

13,526 
15.000 

3,000 
784 

1,752 


22.981 
10.686 


301.208 
110 


50,000 
91.550 


14.000 

13.676 

1.084 






97,912 

13.743 

28 






7.000 
8.621 


5,262 
264 


578.359 
5.359 


2,376 
78 


1,209 
364 






205.921 
129,375 


28,960 
51.641 


5,751 
1,106 


613,969 
133,816 


166,240 
6,659 


13.280 
594 


34,062 
30 


12,259 


15.731 
9,827 






39.388 


13.404 




110,314 




7.918 


733 


760 


1 803 








168.763 
3.870,178 


65,045 
992,188 


1,106 
123,237 


244,130 
734,568 


6,659 

897.174 


8,512 
92,955 


763 
86,525 


760 
32,566 


1 1 ,630 
363,106 


7,687,593 


2,511,778 


265,239 


4,968,256 


1,890,720 


293,105 


172,939 


68,566 


691,675 




504,816 
142,010 
27,977 




2,878,181 

439.593 

11,174 


17.500 
58,303 


29,530 

8.094 

749 






70 000 


182,853 
97.226 


13.704 
638 


3,915 


1,180 
46 


10,645 
3.974 








280,079 
3,870.178 


674,803 
992,188 


14,342 
123,237 


3,328,948 
734.568 


75,803 
897,174 


38,373 
92,955 


3,915 
86,525 


1.226 
32,566 


84.619 
363.106 





















3,870,178 
817,298 


992,188 
238,744 


123.237 
20,113 


734,568 
280.282 


897.174 
195,459 


92.955 
61,470 


86,525 
10,794 


32,566 
6,602 


363,106 
44.279 


2,470,033 
250,005 


606,043 


95,003 
12,544 


162,902 
461,556 


711,774 
10,510 


93.891 
6,416 


71,705 


28.172 


194,992 
4,679 










3,537,336 


844,787 


127,660 


904,740 


917,743 


161.777 


82,499 


34.774 


243,950 


7,687,593 


2,511,778 


265,239 


4,968,256 


1,890,720 


293,105 


172,939 


68,566 


691,675 


2,669.617 
28.593 


921,217 
43,544 


85,254 
1,548 


1,955.123 
91,987 


564,977 
18.211 


96.589 
2,460 


43.377 
1,656 


15,143 
1,120 


200,758 
6,734 


2,698,210 


964,761 


86,802 


2,047,110 


583,188 


99,049 


45,033 


16,263 


207,492 


1.987,490 


688,841 


50,495 


1,365,145 


399.498 


51,680 


35,549 


9,920 


148,283 


205,768 
187,246 


57,940 
75,101 
62,383 
63,786 


10,742 
12,303 


80,369 
158,127 
247,697 
132,077 


32,376 

70,239 

9,110 

37,415 


9.898 

16,745 

6,821 

7,024 


4,326 
3,876 


2,364 
1.789 


19.555 

20,151 

6,017 


152,328 


6,561 


2,572 


882 


12.712 




















2,532,832 


948,051 


80,101 


1,983,415 


548,638 


92,168 


46,323 


14,955 


206,718 


165,378 


16,710 


6,701 


63,695 


34,550 


6,881 


1.290 


1,308 


774 


10,828 


4,865 


623 


7,441 


2,726 


869 


378 


128 


1,513 



122 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Grimsby 
6,800 


Guelph 
55,625 


Hagersville 
2,259 


Hamilton 
294,707 


Hanover 
4,984 






1 694 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
696,261 
197,657 


$ 
8,706,742 
1,739,652 


$ 
282,764 
77,587 


$ 

36,561,225 

6,279,089 


$ 
622,346 
213,850 


$ 
308,593 


Less accumulated depreciation 


83,171 




498,604 

68,211 
60,000 

3,855 
260 


6,967,090 

112,040 
175,000 


205,177 

17,315 

20,000 

12,000 

1,750 


30,282,136 

406,298 
505,000 


408,496 
33,883 


225,422 


CURRENT ASSETS 


14 509 






— long-term 


22,000 
17,104 


7,000 




157,589 
5,115 


2,604,702 
6,809 


8 651 


Other 














132,326 


449,744 
134,939 


51,065 
65 


3,522,809 
1,050,771 


72,987 
11,705 


30 160 


OTHER ASSETS 


552 


Sinking fund on debentures 


3,152 




8,944 




61,694 




358 












3,152 
309,105 


143,883 
5,110,965 


65 
379,307 


1,112,465 
51,962,800 


11,705 
603,740 


910 




227,697 






Total. . 


943,187 


12,671,682 


635,614 


86,880,210 


1,096,928 


484,189 




LIABILITIES 


48,000 
36,932 
11,185 


1,105,000 
223,828 
104,284 




414,000 

2,838,240 

260,059 




29,000 
9,433 
2,053 




10,723 
1,854 


29,133 
4,220 






Total liabilities 


96,117 
309,105 


1,433,112 
5,110,965 


12,577 
379,307 


3,512,299 

51,962,800 
213,323 


33,353 
603,740 


40,486 
227,697 


RESERVES 
Equity in Ontario Hydro 


















309,105 
127,344 


5,110,965 
1,155,279 


379,307 
8,000 


52,176,123 
7,295,892 


603,740 
80,162 


227,697 
36,708 


CAPITAL 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


407,729 
2,892 


4,420,483 
551,843 


234,518 
1,212 


23,393,875 
502,021 


365,407 
14,266 


179,298 






Total capital 


537,965 


6,127,605 


243,730 


31,191,788 


459,835 


216,006 






Total 




12,671,682 


635,614 


86,880,210 


1,096,928 


484,189 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


333,987 
16,305 


5,060,350 
118,511 


162,563 
6,085 


31,691,761 
409,826 


396,264 
5,649 


133,113 
2,847 






350,292 


5,178,861 


168,648 


32,101,587 


401,913 


135,960 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


232,243 


3,587,709 


115,763 


27,278,771 


312,935 


88,817 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


22,240 

42,554 

9,677 

20,912 


263,548 
425,967 
164,853 
248,951 


21,186 

14,095 

501 

8,406 


1.553,450 

1,591,170 

113,723 

897,457 


20,810 
25,973 


12,076 
10,072 
2,791 
8,489 


Financial 


Depreciation 


17,441 


Other 
















Total expense 


327,626 


4,691,028 


159,951 


31,434,571 


377,159 


122,245 


Net income or net expense 


22,666 


487,833 


8,697 


667,016 


24,754 


13,715 


Number of customers 


2,320 


16,256 


895 


95,414 


1,932 


738 





Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



123 



Harrow 
1,938 


Hastings 
858 


Havelock 
1,261 


Hawkesbury 
8.927 


Hearst 
3,385 


Hensall 
935 


Hespeler 
6,082 


Highgate 
406 


Holstein 
168 


$ 
315,115 
106,288 


$ 
146,411 
46,622 


$ 

147,430 
52,742 


$ 
990,318 
276.322 


$ 
375,741 
92,132 


$ 
168,931 
60,253 


$ 
828,932 
209,845 


50,986 
22,598 


$ 

14,214 
4.995 


208,827 
16,255 


99.789 
2,236 


94,688 
27,280 


713,996 

18,148 
25,000 


283,609 
4,618 


108,678 
20,077 


619,087 

235 


28,388 
1,683 


9.219 

6,342 






32,102 

1,279 

700 


40,000 
6,084 


8,926 
1,576 




3,000 
5,029 




756 
220 


1,384 
372 


8,001 
148 


53,080 
3,394 


209 












17,231 
207 


3,992 


61.361 


51,297 
24,036 


50,702 


30,579 
49 


56,709 
414 


9,712 


6,551 














4.184 


880 


4,545 


1,133 




5,412 


















4.391 


880 
61,898 


4,545 
96,154 


25,169 
252,783 




5,461 
128,939 


414 
932,504 






237,341 


154.056 


46,368 


18,374 


467,790 


166,559 


256,748 


1,043,245 


488,367 


273,657 


1,608,714 


84,468 


34,144 






3,000 

3,868 

416 


75,000 

45,566 

8,060 












11,184 
1,395 


6.784 
3.776 


43,549 
5,598 


6,088 
481 


49,589 
7,217 


3,519 
276 


683 
76 


12.579 
237,341 


10,560 
61,898 


7,284 
96.154 


128,626 
252,783 


49,147 
154,056 


6,569 
128,939 


56,806 
932,504 


3,795 
46,368 


759 
18,374 


















237,341 
12,000 


61,898 
21,000 

71,460 
1,641 


96,154 
59,900 


252.783 
210,000 


154.056 
72,177 


128,939 
12,000 


932.504 
77.571 


46.368 
5,000 


18,374 
2,762 


205,870 


92.707 
703 


425,154 
26,682 


212,026 
961 


125,053 
1,096 


530,710 
11,123 


29,305 


12,249 








217,870 


94,101 


153,310 


661,836 


285,164 


138,149 


619,404 


34,305 


15,011 


467,790 


166,559 


256,748 


1,043,245 


488,367 


273,657 


1,608,714 


84,468 


34,144 


142,832 
9.827 


55,644 

1,722 


54,292 
4,031 


536,643 
14.277 


233,427 

7,232 


80,226 
1,393 


489,547 
17,702 


22,049 
620 


8,038 
53 


152,659 


57,366 


58,323 


550,920 


240,659 


81,619 


507,249 


22,669 


8,091 


102.128 


36,673 


38,104 


391,285 


178,615 


56,800 


387,860 


16,105 


6.571 


11,497 
25,286 


2,976 

7,427 


3,346 
7,478 
1,658 
4.907 


27,535 
49,090 
21,179 
31,983 


17,631 

24,988 

701 

12,468 


5,566 
8,219 


31,248 
36,858 


1,704 
2,118 


142 

774 


11,252 


5.124 


5,204 


23,183 


1,890 


464 




















150,163 


52,200 


55,493 


521,072 


234,403 


75,789 


479,149 


21,817 


7,951 


2,496 


5,166 


2,830 


29,848 


6,256 


5,830 


28,100 


852 


140 


770 


443 


481 


2,564 


960 


393 


1,906 


178 


98 



124 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Huntsville 
3,359 


Ingersoll 
7,330 


Iroquois 

1,185 


Jarvis 
919 


Kapuskasing 
12.183 


Kemptville 
2,233 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
472,112 
120,272 


$ 
1,130,141 
342.329 


193,701 
65,904 


$ 

97,949 
29,890 


$ 
777,385 
163,418 


$ 
464 579 


Less accumulated depreciation 


71,240 


Net fixed assets 


351.840 
597 


787,812 

21,490 
40,000 


127.797 
12,022 


68,059 
27,818 


613,967 

18,307 
10,000 


393,339 


CURRENT ASSETS 


754 








40,000 
9,548 


38,000 

1,917 

910 




1 000 




11,957 
1 ,438 


2,452 
48 


16,030 
1.607 


17 070 


Other 












50,145 
8,766 
6.824 


74,885 
49,675 


52,849 
224 


30,318 


45.944 
12,340 


18,824 


OTHER ASSETS 


19,077 


Sinking fund on debentures 






2,245 


4,447 




5,874 


386 










15,590 
461,423 


51,920 
1,065.355 


4,671 
89,611 




18.214 
254,850 


19,463 




86,258 


234,624 






Total 


878,998 


1,979,972 


274,928 


184,635 


932,975 


666,250 






LIABILITIES 




21,309 

44,318 

7,094 






146,950 
46,387 
11,684 


31,000 




497 
1.678 


5,809 
1,656 


3.324 
596 


131,915 




2,049 






Total liabilities 


2,175 
461,423 


72.721 
1,065.355 


7,465 
89.611 


3.920 
86.258 


205,021 
254.850 


164,964 


RESERVES 
Equity in Ontario Hydro 


234,624 






















461,423 
15,697 


1,065,355 
178,491 


89.611 


86,258 
10.500 


254.850 
138,529 


234,624 
20,506 


CAPITAL 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


399.703 


658,425 
4,980 


59,617 
118.235 


78.195 
5,762 


334.575 


246,156 












415,400 


841.896 


177.852 


94,457 


473,104 


266,662 




Total 


878,998 


1,979,972 


274,928 


184,635 


932.975 


666,250 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


230,700 
8,312 


503.652 
23,550 


70,300 
3.894 


38,186 
1,115 


385,265 
9,260 


204,440 
12,080 


Miscellaneous 






239,012 


527,202 


74,194 


39,301 


394,525 


216,520 




EXPENSE 


178,278 


360,828 


58,277 


22,710 


256.390 


130,973 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


19,483 
18,902 


36,408 
56,331 
11,739 
30,586 


7,068 
8.733 


2,384 
4.936 


22,429 
60.889 
19,409 
24,071 


14,365 
27,679 
10,053 
11,430 




Depreciation 


12,708 


5,670 


3,407 


Other 
















Total expense 


229,371 


495,892 


79,748 


33,437 


383,188 


194,500 




Net income or net expense 


9,641 


31,310 


5,554 


5,864 


11,337 


22,020 


Number of customers 


1,366 


2,595 


446 


333 


2,356 


1,000 






Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



125 



Kenora 

12,973 


Killaloe 

Station 

768 


Kincardine 
2,747 


King City 
1,941 


Kingston 
55.495 


Kingsville 
3,815 


Kirkfield 
1 1 1 


Kitchener 

105,245 


Lake fie Id 
2,07<) 


$ 
1,680,651 

411.710 


$ 

68,019 
25,659 


$ 
404,316 
137,956 


$ 
177,173 
84,905 


$ 
8,918,416 
2,902,447 


$ 
453,787 
169,260 


$ 

34.212 
10,240 


$ 
18,292,796 
4,470,420 


$ 
356,377 
119,287 


1,268,941 

42,953 
55,000 


42.360 

6,153 
20,000 


266,360 
24,797 


92,268 
22,276 


6,015,969 

500,302 
895,000 


284,527 
11,106 


23,972 
1,953 


13,822,376 

566,260 
200,000 


237,090 
52,311 


25,000 


25,000 
9.624 


40,000 
2,641 


8,500 

5.394 

188 


6,000 
526 


21,000 


66.771 


531 


322,674 
7,022 


884,035 
4,593 


3,377 
1 10 














189,724 


26,684 


59,421 
15,613 


64,917 
76 


1,724,998 
264,462 


25,188 
1.837 


8,479 


1,654,888 
444,028 


76,798 
6,878 












2,455 


10,688 


4,137 








30,142 


168 














2,455 
25,046 


26,301 
379,271 


4,213 
61,274 


264,462 

4,537,437 


1,837 
316,653 




474,170 
10,116,125 


7,046 


71,460 


18,758 


186,686 


1.530,125 


96,545 


731.353 


222,672 


12,542,866 


628,205 


51,209 


26,067,559 


507,620 


473,000 


27,500 

2.063 

135 




87,300 

14,546 

1,592 


1,878,000 

466,570 

17,233 






1,723,000 

771,337 
122,529 




86,308 
18,572 


16,808 

3,027 


30,924 

5,652 


22 
13 


19,049 
1,972 


577.880 
71,460 


29,698 

25,046 


19,835 
379.271 


103,438 
61,274 


2,361,803 
4,537,437 


36,576 
316,653 


35 

18,758 


2,616,866 
10,116,125 


21,021 
186,686 




















71,460 
142,652 


25,046 
12,500 


379,271 
60,000 


61,274 
23,515 


4,537,437 
1,192,185 


316,653 
33,500 


18,758 
5,766 


10,116,125 
2,804,244 


186,686 
33,500 


738,133 


29,301 


270,016 
2,231 


33,932 
513 


4,391,618 
59,823 


217,945 
23,531 


26,650 


9,611,281 
919,043 


266,413 










880,785 


41,801 


332,247 


57,960 


5,643,626 


274,976 


32,416 


13,334,568 


299,913 


1 530,125 


96,545 


731,353 


222,672 


12,542866 


628,205 


51,209 


26,067,559 


507,620 



, 677,412 
31,594 


30,744 
2,054 


188,427 
8,665 


97,596 
10,236 


3,815,467 
191.305 


216,120 
2,840 


11,295 
659 


7,842,540 
66,682 


147,200 
6.512 


709,006 


32,798 


197,092 


107,832 


4 006 772 


218,960 


11,954 


7,909,222 


153 712 


433,844 

79,772 
68,931 
45,681 

53,044 


21,522 


140,236 


77,858 


2,754.211 


151,650 


7,038 


5,758,887 


103,050 


1,355 
4,530 
3,781 
2,119 


16,623 
17,092 


5,894 
9,032 
9,666 

7,908 


307,628 
402,888 
221,613 
262,287 


18,535 
26,682 


975 
812 


454,064 
522,689 
296,265 
434,461 


1 1 .680 
9,630 


12,636 


13,815 


1,227 


12.854 




















681,272 


33,307 


186 587 


110,358 


3,948,627 


210,682 


10,052 


7,466,366 


137,214 


27,734 


509 


10,505 


2,526 


58 145 


8,278 


1,902 


442,856 


16,498 


4,611 


304 


1,437 


555 


19,446 


1,564 


116 


32,167 


858 



126 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Lambeth 
2,719 


Lanark 
903 


Lancaster 
596 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 
1,512 


Latch ford 
535 


Leamington 
9,700 








A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
225,495 

75,724 


$ 

88,877 
22,365 


$ 

55,712 
19,271 


$ 

84,209 
39,755 


$ 

61.813 
17,195 


$ 
1,187,013 


Less accumulated depreciation 


342,721 




149,771 
61.313 


66,512 
1,282 


36,441 

18,473 


44,454 

15,148 
22,000 


44,618 
2,900 


844 292 


CURRENT ASSETS 


49,214 




10,000 






4.000 
975 


11.755 

1,578 

335 




2,000 




2,346 
250 


914 


1,162 


21,432 


Other 
















63,909 


6,257 
254 


32,141 


38,062 


4,062 


82,646 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


34,674 


Sinking fund on debentures 
















4,939 






24,587 














Total other assets 




254 
56,164 


4,939 
43,758 






59,261 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


119,072 


71,593 


12,968 


923,749 






Total 


332,752 


129,187 


117,279 


154,109 


61,648 


1,909,948 






LIABILITIES 


2,447 

11,126 

966 










30,500 




8,882 
406 


3,704 
364 


9,444 
4,998 


2,151 
602 


51,808 


Other liabilities 


37,849 








14,539 
119,072 


9,288 
56,164 


4,068 

43,758 


14,442 
71,593 


2,753 
12,968 


120,157 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


923,749 


Other reserves 


















Total reserves 


119,072 
30,053 

154,576 
14,512 


56,164 
7,316 


43,758 
8,917 


71,593 
15,752 


12,968 
18,901 


923,749 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


95,600 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


54,432 
1,987 


57,197 
3,339 


51,872 
450 


23,432 
3,594 


765,031 
5,411 








199,141 


63,735 


69,453 


68,074 


45,927 


866,042 






Total 


332,752 


129,187 


117.279 


154,109 


61.648 


1,909,948 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


112,434 
7,707 


36,346 

1,247 


28,809 
1,877 


58,780 
2,485 


19,901 
451 


638,437 
6,753 


Miscellaneous 




Total revenue 


120,141 


37,593 


30,686 


61,265 


20,352 


645,190 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


79,920 

5,781 

11,375 

1,308 

8,436 


29,276 


22,247 


46,438 


13,769 


477,899 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


2,822 
3,206 


2,102 
4,011 


3,980 

7,656 

3 

3,118 


1,246 

2,206 

3 

1,908 


33,905 

68,309 

7,231 

31,711 


Financial 


Depreciation 


2,915 


1,822 


Other 
















Total expense 


106,820 


38,219 


30,182 


61,195 


19,132 


619,055 




Net income or net expense 


13,321 


626 


504 


70 


1,220 


26,135 


Number of customers 


824 


301 


226 


487 


166 


3,678 






Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



127 



Lindsay 

11,975 


Listowel 
4,485 


London 

208,273 


L'Orignal 
0,000 


Lucan 

1,079 


Lucknow 
1.008 


Lynden 
574 


Madoc 
1,267 


Magneta- 
wan 
205 


$ 
1.727,721 
595,171 


$ 
622,290 
249,656 


$ 

34,375,280 

9,351,131 


$ 
163,659 
58,141 


$ 
154,609 
52,669 


113.532 
25,834 


$ 

56,592 
22,151 


$ 
254,878 
96,054 


$ 

38,163 
14,115 


1,132,550 

2,897 
75,000 


372,634 

55,847 

21,351 

20,000 

2,708 


25,024,149 

506,645 
200,000 
253,020 
987,706 
13,711 


105,518 

13,491 
10,000 


101,940 
2,111 


87.698 

19.560 

15.000 

24,000 

2,949 


34,441 

5,650 

5,000 

10,000 

390 


158,824 
6,807 


24,048 
5,715 






5,000 
2,923 


2,000 


14,194 


512 
434 


3,069 


22 
















92,091 
22,367 


99,906 
385 


1,961,082 
1,276,335 


24,437 


5,180 
216 


61,509 


21,040 


14,730 
7,139 


7,737 
395 












12,466 


161 


124,429 


3,015 


1,020 


6,465 






490 










34,833 


546 
568,131 


1,400,764 
16,202,664 


3,015 
35,408 


1,236 
104,508 


6,465 

154,382 




7,139 
125,452 


885 


1,307,718 


57,648 


9,102 


2,567,192 


1,041,217 


44,588,659 


168,378 


212,864 


310,054 


113,129 


306,145 


41,772 


44,000 


9,400 
32,103 


8,311,970 

1,724,877 

701,810 


6,000 
6,891 

594 












122,287 
8,038 


4,744 
774 


5,065 


2,305 
146 


6,812 
1,454 


936 










174,325 
1,307,718 


41,503 
568,131 


10,738,657 

16,202,664 
186,044 


13,485 
35,408 


5,518 
104,508 


5,065 

154,382 


2,451 
57,648 


8,266 
125,452 


936 
9,102 


















1,307,718 
136,000 


568,131 
123,434 


16,388,708 
5,177,969 


35,408 
22,000 


104,508 
11,214 


154,382 
17,614 


57,648 
4,495 


125,452 
14,000 


9,102 
24,000 


946,055 
3,094 


303,458 
4,691 


11,765,814 
517,511 


96,532 

953 


91,624 


132,993 


48,535 


158,427 


7,734 














1,085,149 


431,583 


17,461,294 


119,485 


102,838 


150,607 


53,030 


172,427 


31,734 


2.567,192 


1,041,217 


44,588 659 


168 378 


212,864 


310,054 


113,129 


306,145 


41,772 


894,019 
46,633 


314,732 
12,112 


13,663,361 
568,151 


61,215 
4,129 


65,864 
2,382 


67,333 
2,161 


28,103 
2,511 


79,386 
5,600 


10,235 
441 


940,652 


326,844 


14,231,512 


65,344 


68,246 


69,494 


30,614 


84,986 


10.676 


724,510 


245,536 


9,503,952 


43,178 


43,189 


48,584 


23,655 


64,437 


7,152 


77,930 

93,347 

4,645 


29,080 

19,628 

2,682 

20,958 


890,919 
1.067,673 
1,121,952 
1,071,118 


3,299 
7,005 
2,400 
6,508 


8,148 
9,250 


2,952 
8,925 


992 

3,852 


4,221 
7,148 


406 
1,565 
2,184 


53,358 


5,495 


3,224 


2,250 


9,569 


1,224 




















953,790 


317,884 


13,655,614 


62,390 


66,082 


63,685 


30,749 


85,375 


12,531 


13,138 


8,960 


575,898 


2,954 


2,164 


5,809 


135 


389 


1,855 


4,512 


1,816 


65,806 


437 


407 


486 


183 


626 


1 19 



128 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Markdale 
1.094 


Markham 
9.124 


Marmora 
1,289 


Martintown 
377 


Massey 
1,287 






761 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
120.714 
23,028 


$ 
1,008.312 
194.186 


$ 
156,813 
66,856 


$ 

41,061 
17,301 


$ 
123,710 
28,058 


117.838 
28,576 


Net fixed assets 


97,686 
14,658 


814,126 

22,922 


89,957 
48 


23,760 
6.260 


95,652 

3.624 

4.000 

1 5,000 

2,416 

127 


89,262 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — short-term 


9,028 
15,000 


— long-term 


10,000 
2,706 

538 




3,000 
566 


1.698 


1,500 




24,163 
7,920 


1,344 


Other 














27,902 
347 

7,352 


55,005 

7,347 


3,614 
3,979 


7,958 


25,167 
407 


26,872 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 












26,233 




1,061 


2,552 










Total other assets 


7,699 
99,728 


33,580 
348,588 


3,979 
92,166 


1,061 
21,094 


2.959 
34,464 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


79,024 






Total 


233,015 


1,251,299 


189,716 


53,873 


158,242 


195,158 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 




103,990 

79,991 

152,495 






16,500 
4,816 
1,305 




Current liabilities 


11,454 
607 


7,145 
1,069 


14 
51 


4,520 


Other liabilities 


207 






Total liabilities 


12,061 
99,728 


336,476 
348,588 


8,214 
92,166 


65 
21,094 


22,621 
34.464 


4,727 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


79,024 


Other reserves 


















Total reserves 


99,728 
6,370 


348,588 
89.328 


92,166 
15,092 


21,094 

5,347 


34,464 
28,500 


79,024 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


13,642 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


114,856 


355,218 
121,689 


74,244 


27,367 


72,657 


96,050 
1,715 














Total capital 


121,226 


566,235 


89.336 


32,714 


101,157 


111,407 






Total 


233 015 


1,251,299 


189 716 


53 873 


158,242 


195,158 



B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


66,761 
2.890 


594,940 
19,134 


72,848 
1,975 


11,684 

338 


59,346 
1,806 


52,875 
1,698 






Total revenue 


69,651 


614,074 


74,823 


12022 


61,152 


54,573 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


54,154 


470,410 


52,334 


8,359 


40,958 


38,029 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


3,281 
4,707 


23,194 
56,619 
29,058 

27,732 


7,249 
5,897 


1,136 
1,576 


5,149 
8,526 
3,958 
3,363 


5,763 
2,716 


Financial 




Depreciation 


3,711 


5.668 


1,408 


3,492 


Other 


















Total expense. . . 


65,853 


607,013 


71,148 


12,479 


61,954 


50000 






Net income or net expense 


3,798 


7,061 


3,675 


457 


802 


4,573 


Number of customers 


531 


2,885 


534 


123 


401 


329 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



129 



McGarry 
Twp. 
1,930 


Meaford 
4,112 


Merlin 
633 


Merrick- 
ville 
839 


Midland 
10,982 


Mildmay 
973 


Millhrook 
897 


Milton 
6,611 


Milverton 
1 , 1 06 


$ 

98,619 
37,893 


$ 
486,741 
143,682 


$ 
108,585 
44.329 


$ 

99,426 
21,706 


$ 
1,256,397 
496,612 


$ 

84,081 
15,062 


$ 

105,303 
32,550 


1,105,607 
345,373 


$ 

163,489 
36,686 


60,726 

9.758 
2S 000 


343,059 
81,439 


64,256 
8,200 


77,720 
11,290 


759,785 

5.549 
30,000 


69.019 
1,344 


72.753 
29,290 


760,234 

12,537 
100,000 


126,803 

16,266 
6,000 




14,000 
9,604 


30,000 
581 




7,500 
2,338 


5,000 
2.709 




2,394 


2,691 


29,133 
1,431 


8,284 


1,336 
16 


















37,152 


105,043 
19,667 


38,781 
724 


13,981 


66,113 
25,610 


11.182 
181 


36.999 


120,821 
2,304 


23,618 
220 












6,514 




353 


6,021 


3,797 


132 


78 












26,181 
393,520 


724 
62,680 


353 
44,217 


31,631 
1,362,834 


3,978 
63,303 


132 
51.784 


2,382 
648,959 


220 


71,967 


196,370 


169,845 


867,803 


166,441 


136,271 


2,220,363 


147,482 


161,668 


1,532,396 


347,011 




107,000 
20.694 
10,136 




1.700 
4,801 
1,220 


250.000 

23,743 
4,323 






28,495 

85,884 

6,148 


5,100 


370 

3,333 


3,988 
311 


3,125 
606 


4,406 

925 


8,174 
567 


3,703 
71,967 


137,830 
393,520 


4,299 
62,680 


7,721 
44,217 


278,066 

1,362,834 
11,661 


3,731 
63,303 


5,331 
51,784 


120,527 
648,959 


13,841 
196,370 


















71,967 
13,782 


393,520 
50,724 


62,680 
13,122 


44,217 
23,300 


1 ,374,495 
111,945 


63,303 
12,304 


51,784 
9,000 


648,959 
95,236 


196,370 
19,160 


80.393 


285,729 


86,171 
169 


57,608 
3,425 


455,857 


67,752 
392 


89,803 
5,750 


666.556 
1,118 


114,105 

3,535 










94,175 


336,453 


99,462 


84,333 


567,802 


80,448 


104,553 


762,910 


136,800 


169,845 


867 803 


166 441 


136,271 


2.220,363 


147,482 


161.668 


1,532 396 


347,011 


54,897 
2,781 


306,672 
10,331 


40,546 
4,674 


49.187 
786 


740,442 
9,913 


43,999 

1 ,565 


46,834 
4,732 


461,442 
41,264 


88,621 
1,307 


57,678 


317,003 


45,220 


49,973 


750,355 


45,564 


51,566 


502,706 


89,928 


41,166 


217,234 


25,595 


38,413 


620,531 


29,468 


30,808 


387,723 


55.254 


1,802 
9,841 

1 


15,347 

39,927 

6,080 

14,518 


3,128 
8,451 


3,896 
3,779 
1,716 
2,928 


54,551 
38,875 
23,712 
38,817 


6,W> 
5,673 


2,470 
3,413 


27,902 

53,77 7 

7.251 

33.785 


7,193 

10,835 

1.164 


3,386 


3,437 


2,628 


5,129 


4,267 




















56.196 


293 106 


40,611 


50,732 


776,486 


44.078 


41,820 


510.438 


78,713 


1,482 


23,897 


4,609 


759 


26,131 


1,486 


9,746 


7,732 


11,215 


413 


1,728 


290 


370 


3,758 


374 


347 


2. 073 


Sit, 



130 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 




Mississauga 
132,041 


Mitchell 
2,461 


Moorefield 
290 


Morrisburg 
2,007 


Mount 

Brydges 

1,184 






Forest 
2,962 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
30,109,869 
3,125,591 


$ 
530,424 
118,248 


$ 

40,929 
14,751 


$ 
266,721 
78,942 


117,606 
22,611 


$ 
301,303 
92,125 


Net fixed assets 


26,984,278 

14,000 

8,000 

582,658 

748,294 


412,176 
150 


26,178 
7,762 


187,779 
13,268 


94,995 
19,551 


209,178 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— short-term 


15,603 






1,000 
170 


1 1 ,000 
8,533 




15 000 




14,191 
371 


1,041 


9,451 


Other 














Total current assets 


1,352,952 

1,065,037 
81,330 
191,963 


14,712 
15,139 


8,932 


32,801 
11,304 


20,592 


40,054 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


5,992 


Sinking fund on debentures 








Miscellaneous assets 


222 






177 


2,120 










Total other assets 


1,338,330 
5,908,329 


15,361 
310,070 




11,304 
142,594 


177 

57,275 


8,112 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


42,428 


285,580 


Total 


35,583,889 


752,319 


77,538 


374,478 


173,039 


542,924 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


7,900,996 
2,367,558 
2,007,295 


34,500 
17,408 
38,838 






9,600 

3,873 
801 




Current liabilities 


3,070 


9,994 
2,605 


320 


Other liabilities 


2,708 








Total liabilities. 


12,275,849 
5,908,329 


90,746 
310,070 


3,070 
42,428 


12,599 
142,594 


14,274 

57,275 


3,037 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


285,580 


Other reserves 




















5,908,329 

1,306,721 
81,330 

8,807,263 
7,204,397 


310,070 
47,609 


42,428 
4,500 


142,594 
31,636 


57,275 
9,443 


285,580 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


21,627 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


299,926 
3,968 


27,540 


109,770 
77,879 


91,927 
120 


232,68 








17,399,711 


351,503 


32,040 


219,285 


101,490 


254,30 




Total 


35,583,889 


752,319 


77,538 


374,478 


173,039 


542,92 



B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


12,312,210 
291,127 


188,454 
11,337 


25,002 
454 


125,246 
2,556 


52,315 
1,541 


181,33 
3,47 


Miscellaneous 






12,603,337 


199,791 


25,456 


127,802 


53,856 


184,81 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


8,859,557 


139,894 


17,734 


92,647 


34,546 


144,16 

9,80 
16,61 

7,69 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


716,786 
651,352 
956,811 
695,256 


15,145 

22,159 

7,516 

15,032 


1,876 
1,373 


9,132 
14,483 


3,857 
6,140 
1,335 
3,580 


Financial 


Depreciation 


1,541 


7,415 


Other 
















11,879,762 


199,746 


22,524 


123,677 


49,458 


178,27 




Net income or net expense 


723,575 


45 


2,932 


4,125 


4,398 


6,53 


Number of customers 


33,995 


1,046 


155 


812 


453 


1,28 






Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 




131 


Napanee 
4,514 


Nepean 
Twp. 
56,560 


Neustadt 
571 


Newboro 
270 


Newburgh 
606 


Newbury 
296 


Newcastle 
1.688 


New 

Hamburg 

2,816 


Newmarket 
9,904 


579,583 
212.249 


$ 
8.880,826 
1,460.232 


$ 

46.125 
22,992 


$ 

54.698 
14.780 


$ 
103,407 
39,420 


$ 

42,658 
13,746 


$ 
292,249 
90,131 


$ 
360,599 
55,677 


$ 
1,584.370 
390.699 


367.334 

48,487 
25.000 
22.000 
27,131 


7.420,594 

165,763 
300,000 


23,133 
3,104 


39.918 
1,771 


63,987 
9,903 


28,912 
3,115 


202,118 
1 .079 


304,922 
12,379 


1.193,671 
28,817 


3.000 
1,658 


2,000 
999 






4,000 
631 






1,146.155 
86.935 


472 


670 


4,028 
886 


36,183 
5,429 

















122,618 
8.648 


1,698.853 
137,656 


7,762 


4.770 


10,375 


3,785 
76 


5,710 


17,293 
1,908 


70,429 
5.894 












150.929 










400 




12,813 


.... 














8,648 
513,900 


288,585 
1,223,633 








76 
26,466 


400 
100,272 


1,908 
271,953 


18.707 


45,567 


10,050 


24,500 


607.044 


1,012,500 

■ 


10,631,665 


76,462 


54,738 


98,862 


59,239 


308,500 


596,076 


1,889,851 




6,709,000 
599.237 
306.123 










40,500 

20,100 

1,916 


1,000 

73,665 

1,171 


15,651 


20,101 
10,013 


2,368 
139 


3,817 
63 


2,547 
265 


2,502 


251.147 
15,479 








30,114 
513,900 


7,614,360 
1,223,633 


2,507 
45,567 


3,880 
10,050 


2,812 
24,500 


2,502 
26.466 


62,516 
100,272 


75,836 
271,953 


282,277 
607,044 




















513,900 
70,000 


1,223,633 
641.000 


45,567 
15,504 


10,050 
15,674 


24.500 
14,000 


26,466 

9,754 


100,272 
33,216 


271,953 
31,264 


607,044 
79,191 


39 7.162 
1 ,324 


808,219 
344,453 


12.884 


22,165 
2,969 


51,555 
5,995 


20,292 
225 


112.496 


208,523 
8,500 


746,048 
175,291 










468,486 


1,793.672 


28,388 


40,808 


71,550 


30,271 


145,712 


248,287 


1,000,530 


1.012,500 




10,631,665 


76,462 


54,738 


98,862 


59,239 


308,500 


596,076 


1,889,851 


282.293 
18,634 


3,896,227 
184,327 


25,721 
454 


16,357 
656 


29.274 
1,313 


18,097 
183 


106,315 
6,665 


163,341 
4,180 


665,312 
23,896 


300,927 


4,080,554 


26,175 


17,013 


30.587 


18,280 


112,980 


167,521 


689,208 


200,013 

23,804 
47,223 


2,487,572 


20,232 


10.204 


18,244 


13,484 


68,589 


121,830 


517,533 


202.141 
374,819 
629,645 
234,660 


1,071 
1,701 


1,008 
2,163 
1,143 
1,796 


2,092 

3,584 


1 , 1 30 
1.412 


8,097 
13,447 
9,239 
9,990 


9,937 

20,079 

1.925 

9,911 


60,692 

82,212 
13.175 


19,482 


1.821 


3,730 


1,389 


45,446 




















290,522 


3,928,837 


24,825 


16,314 


27,650 


17,415 


109,362 


163,682 


719,058 


10,405 


151,717 


1,350 


699 


2,937 


865 


3,618 


3,839 


29,850 


1,829 


14,213 


229 


174 


210 


149 


620 


954 


3,403 



132 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Niagara 
3,100 


Niagara 
Falls 
58,000 


Nipigon 
Twp. 
2,618 


North Bay 
44,574 


North 

York 

441,401 


Norwich 
1 753 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
430,242 
134,860 


$ 
8,617,280 
2,057.882 


$ 
289,554 
104,325 


$ 
6,382,636 
1,864,550 


$ 
51,259,969 
10.839,992 


$ 
158 88S 


Less accumulated depreciation 


57,364 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


295,382 

14,321 
4,000 
4.000 

1,225 


6,559,398 

47.238 
350,000 
63,000 
45,614 
10,853 


185,229 

150 
5,000 
8,500 
3,825 


4,518,086 

3,359 
181,429 
130,000 
111,833 

1,751 


40,419,977 

79,917 
3,861,349 

16,300 
1,637,078 

10,853 


101,521 

8.578 




7 500 




2 894 


Other 














23,546 

14.968 

38 


516,705 

301,528 


17,475 
1 ,039 


428,372 
79,619 


5,605,497 

1,102,378 

3,575,244 

278,906 


18 972 


OTHER ASSETS 


5,010 


Sinking fund on debentures 




75,088 




41,318 










Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


15,006 
266,730 


376.616 
4,791.974 


1 ,039 
194,901 


120,937 
2,579,180 


4,956,528 
15,938,566 


5,010 
180,005 


Total 


600,664 


12,244,693 


398 644 


7,646,575 


66,920 568 


305,508 




LIABILITIES 


9,105 

1 1 ,696 

3,580 


1.159,542 
116,142 
183,661 




1,496,500 
442,844 
151,829 


10,579,712 
3,594,374 
1,248,954 






4,789 
3,036 


5,166 
1,189 








24.381 
266,730 


1,459,345 
4,791,974 


7,825 
194,901 


2,091,173 

2,579,180 
442 


15,423,040 
15,938,566 


6,355 
180,005 


RESERVES 




















266,730 

71,403 


4,791,974 
1,865,684 


194,901 
10,000 


2,579,622 
873,158 


15,938,566 

4,895,578 
3,575,244 

25,080,207 
2,007,933 


180,005 


CAPITAL 


13,756 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


234,109 
4,041 


3,739,278 
388,412 


185,918 


1,996,088 
106,534 


105.392 










309,553 


5,993,374 


195,918 


2,975,780 


35,558,962 


119.148 




Total 


600 664 


12 244,693 


398,644 


7.646,575 


66,920 568 


305,508 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


157.897 
8,840 


3,861,029 
46,419 


145,603 

8,512 


2,670,382 
166,603 


28,055,281 
1,191,279 


73,456 
4,060 






166,737 


3,907,448 


154,115 


2,836,985 


29,246,560 


77,516 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


107,924 


2,419,398 


101,611 


1,889,821 


20,397,855 


5 1 ,849 




Operation and maintenance 


19,567 

21,496 

2,568 

13,063 


447,928 
304,817 
166,872 

214,249 


12,767 
27,665 


236,729 
412,536 
180,495 
210,433 


1,394,210 
2,508,014 
1,266,163 
1 ,636,567 


13,014 
11,1 00 


Financial 


Depreciation 


9,453 


5,015 


Other 


















164,618 


3,553,264 


151,496 


2,930,014 


27,202,809 


80,978 




Net income or net expense 


2,119 


354 184 


2,619 


93,029 


2,043,751 


3,462 


Number of customers 


1,193 


18.148 


805 


14,827 


125,465 


723' 





Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



133 






Norwood 
1,103 


Oakville 
55,531 


Oil Springs 
529 


Omemee 
850 


Orangeville 
7,148 


Orillia 
21,153 


Orono 
1,000 


Oshawa 

85,003 


Ottawa 
325,314 


$ 
162,105 
73.778 


$ 

10,557.146 

2,521.105 


$ 

95,204 
32,923 


$ 

113,025 
37,303 


$ 
816,348 
178,693 


$ 
7,288,450 
2,017,905 


$ 
145,001 
37,345 


$ 
14,036,439 
4,184,107 


$ 
49.303,744 
11,461,868 


88,327 

7.757 


8.036,041 

2,566 

240.000 

38,600 

836,819 

6,381 


62,281 
10,921 


75,722 
10,855 


637,655 
19.169 


5,270,545 
500 


107,656 
4,056 


9,852.332 
137,770 


37,841,876 

270,784 
400,000 


23 000 


5,000 

355 


5,500 
1,241 




53,626 
141,890 


2,500 
2,433 


400,000 

995,334 

1.332 


255,000 


1,961 


7.473 
111 


1,371.948 
93,220 














32.718 


1.124,366 
306.803 


16,276 

242 


17,596 


26,753 
18.593 


196,016 
80,525 


8,989 
199 


1,534,436 
454,754 


2,390,952 
924,190 










29,456 






6,566 


21,853 


3,805 


50.202 














336.259 
3,744.752 


242 
89,620 




25,159 
466,782 


102,378 
538,370 


4,004 
55,886 


504.956 
8,318,362 


924,190 


82.562 


52,997 


16,565,666 


203,607 


13,241,418 


168,419 


146,315 


1,156,349 


6,107,309 


176,535 


20,210,086 


57,722,684 




2,834,247 

1,324,423 

385,885 






134,000 
44,616 
48,854 


1,334,514 
316,654 
130,975 


27,200 

5,757 
2,328 


2,111.000 

1,537.597 

103,728 


932,000 


4.791 

831 


1,574 
351 


4,358 

551 


1.894.684 






5.622 

82.562 


4,544.555 
3.744.752 


1,925 
89,620 


4.909 
52,997 


227,470 
466,782 


1,782,143 

538.370 
53,626 


35.285 
55,886 


3,752,325 
8,318,362 


2.826,684 

16.565.666 

268.241 


















82,562 
55.100 


3,744,752 
1 ,506,049 


89,620 
16,721 


52,997 
12,000 


466,782 
43,595 


591,996 
2,532,986 


55,886 
15,601 


8,318,362 
789,622 


16.833.907 
8,958.698 


56.941 
3.382 


2,750,334 
695,728 


59,922 

231 


72,909 

3,500 


410,059 

8,443 


1,029,614 
170,570 


69,763 


6,736,512 
613,265 


23.782,044 
5,321.351 








115,423 


4,952,111 


76.874 


88,409 


462.097 


3,733,170 


85,364 


8,139,399 


38.062.093 


203,607 


13,241,418 


168,419 


146,315 


1,156,349 


6,107,309 


176,535 


20,210,086 


57,722,684 


52,228 
4,830 


6,516,116 
228,687 


29,923 
926 


43,771 
2.616 


430,673 
13,978 


1,478,670 
33,312 


66,969 
1,421 


6,933,964 
312,273 


20,849,7 75 
830,985 


57,058 


6,744,803 


30,849 


46,387 


444,651 


1,511,982 


68,390 


7,246,237 


21,680,760 


4 i , 1 88 


5,150,380 


19,795 


27,246 


289,843 


635,998 
215,895 
118,348 
135,633 
175,729 
176,065 
10,000 


43,846 


5,665.056 


15,609,935 

351,832 


4,135 
5,229 


273,179 
343,774 
390,008 
320,692 


2,232 
6,547 


3,176 
3,828 


20,928 

55,315 
13,176 
25,795 


3,491 
9,860 
3,434 
3,896 


491,811 
466,333 
240,637 
485.962 


1.850,739 

1,134,457 
625,652 


7,501 


3,018 


4,633 


1.422,050 
58,910 


















58,053 


6,478,033 


31,592 


38,883 


405,057 


1,467,668 


64,527 


7,349.799 


21,053.575 


995 


266,770 


743 


7,504 


39,594 


44,314 


3.863 


103,562 


627,185 


447 


16,038 


261 


321 


2,565 


7,586 


413 


2 5.24<> 


101.422 



i 



134 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 


Municipality 

Population 


Otterville 

775 


Owen 
Sound 
18,346 


Paisley 
732 


Palmerston 
1,691 


Paris 
6,467 


Parkhill 
1,119 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
96,946 
36,370 


2.653,334 
869,537 


$ 
109.614 
24,262 


$ 
318,942 
98,910 


$ 
762,303 
266,479 


$ 
186,265 
48,553 


Less accumulated depreciation 




60,576 
8,033 


1,783,797 
8,010 


85,352 
1,330 


220,032 

7,798 
7,000 


495,824 

56,241 

20,000 


137,712 
19,483 


CURRENT ASSETS 


Investments — short-term 


— long-term 






8,000 

2,473 






185 


98,604 
963 


868 


5,996 
3,454 


3,506 


Other 














8,218 


107,577 
41,014 


11,803 
552 


15,666 
495 


85,691 
1,125 


22,989 
2,137 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


Sinking fund on debentures 






1,803 


3,587 




14,325 


2,763 








Total other assets 




42,817 
1,925,726 


4,139 
82,682 


495 
236,419 


15,450 
650,707 


4,900 
144,083 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


61,157 




Total 


129,951 


3,859,917 


183,976 


472,612 


1,247,672 


309,684, 




LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 








6,000 
8,422 
1,975 


49,236 
28,471 
14,003 


900 

6,499 

493 




2,516 

347 


91,074 
5,782 


3,330 
509 








2,863 
61,157 


96,856 
1,925,726 


3,839 
82,682 


16,397 
236,419 


91,710 
650,707 


7,892 
144,083 


RESERVES 


Other reserves 


















61,157 


1,925,726 
208,372 


82,682 
13,623 


236,419 
36,000 


650,707 
150,371 


144,08- 
28,985 


CAPITAL 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


61,431 


1,626,311 
2,652 


83,832 


156,652 
27,144 


349,011 
5,873 


128, 72( 










Total capital 


65,931 


1,837,335 


97,455 


219,796 


505,255 


157, 70< 






Total 




3,859,917 


183,976 


472,612 


1,247,672 


309,68' 






B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


35,655 
1,119 


1,272,199 
62,102 


41,216 
681 


116,092 

728 


350,301 
10,590 


84.151 
4,01 








36,774 


1,334,301 


41,897 


116,820 


360,891 


88,16:. 




EXPENSE 


23,962 


980,993 


32,140 


72,618 


266,561 


57.31 

9.05 

11,99 

94 

6,58 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


1,798 
3,558 


99,796 

130,961 

389 

87,480 


2,557 
6,551 


6,139 

14,868 

1,438 

8,783 


30,801 

34,712 

9,024 

23,544 


Financial 


Depreciation 


3,601 


2,892 


Other 














Total expense 


32,919 


1,299,619 


44,140 


103,846 


364,642 


85,88 




Net income or net expense 


3,855 


34,682 


2,243 


12,974 


3,751 


2,28 


Number of customers 


300 


6,464 


340 


721 


2,260 


52 

■ 








Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



135 





Parry 
Sound 
5,736 


Pembroke 
15,685 


Penetang- 

uishene 

5,109 


Perth 
5,539 


Peter- 
borough 
55,341 


Petrolia 
3,918 


Pickering 
2.116 


Picton 
4,703 


Plantagenet 
883 


$ 
1,329.760 
425,213 


$ 
3.362.245 
1.410.840 


$ 
453,764 
185,426 


$ 
870,167 
281,370 


$ 

10,971,243 

3,958,939 


$ 
554.816 
187,741 


$ 
209.287 
68.605 


$ 
727,719 
244,818 


$ 
115.200 
36,102 


904,547 
425 


1.951.405 

5.695 
95.000 


268.338 
12 


588,797 
2,792 


7,012,304 


367,075 
59.870 


140,682 

277 
17,000 


482,901 
19,611 


79.098 
21 446 


30,000 






14,500 


10,000 
11,727 


10,000 

3,857 




1 5.000 

10,154 

810 






8.166 
506 


54.767 


272,105 
18,373 


3.417 


6,791 
1 ,638 


1 ,000 
















53.597 
23.985 


155,462 
26.960 


21,739 
1,535 


16,649 

17,998 


290,478 
89,871 


85,834 
27,021 


20.694 


28.040 
23.097 


22,446 










104,781 






28,433 


16,499 


1,821 


10,969 


1 476 












23.985 
218.678 


131,741 
41,452 


1.535 
405,653 


17,998 
641,383 


118,304 
5,128,565 


43.520 
465,911 


1,821 
51,166 


34,066 
568,349 


1,476 
31,663 


1,200,807 


2,280,060 


697,265 


1,264,827 


12,549,651 


962,340 


214,363 


1,113,356 


134,683 


31.000 
6,964 


2,036.000 
170.034 
49,354 






1,953,200 

325.770 

11.678 




42,000 
11,146 
2,043 


43,000 
22,359 
11,463 


46 500 


21,378 
3,225 


26,221 
58 


31,581 
5,849 


7,273 
988 


37,964 

218,678 
2,310 


2,255,388 
41,452 


24.603 
405.653 


26,279 
641,383 


2,290,648 
5,128,565 


37,430 
465,911 


55,189 
51,166 


76,822 
568,349 


54,761 
31,663 


















220,988 
437,500 


41,452 
114,000 


405,653 
36,983 


641,383 
85.045 


5,128,565 
1,684,411 


465,911 
50,000 


51,166 

30,482 


568,349 
70,182 


31,663 
8,500 


496,920 
7.435 


139,385 
8,605 


230,026 


492,405 
19,715 


3,159,037 
286,990 


408,999 


77,306 
220 


398,003 


38,193 
1,566 














941,855 


16,780 


267,009 


597,165 


5,130,438 


458,999 


108,008 


468.185 


48,259 


1,200,807 


2,280,060 697,265 


1,264,827 


12,549,651 


962,340 


214,363 


1,113,356 


134,683 




388,991 
29,531 


977,195 
29,516 


250,090 

5,287 


361,993 
9,572 


4,253.956 
198,136 


257,268 
10,287 


99,382 
6,322 


314,916 
10,181 


58.781 
3.640 




418,522 


1,006,711 


255,377 


371,565 


4,452,092 


267,555 


105,704 


325,097 


62,421 


214.861 
39.817 


546,846 
14,931 
64,304 
123,354 
196,727 
100,300 


197,256 


261,185 


3,099,421 


150,390 


68,497 


209,782 


43.242 


47.255 

45,903 

6,009 


20,499 
22,566 


16,285 
33,293 


414,155 
385,072 
248,188 
379,827 


33,246 
48,680 


4,974 
9,231 
6,530 
8,146 


31.739 

28,861 

4,466 

20,732 


2.390 
5.286 
4,545 


40,530 


14.407 


23,490 


13,746 


3,827 






















394,375 


1,046,462 


254,728 


334,253 


4,526,663 


246,062 


97,378 


295,580 


59,290 


24,147 


39,751 


649 


37,312 


74,571 


21,493 


8,326 


29,517 


3,131 


2,254 


5,124 


1,558 


2,176 


18,150 


1,488 


672 


1,891 


258 






136 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Plattsville 
560 


Point 

Edward 

2,834 


Port 
Arthur 
47,000 


Port 

Burwell 

670 


Port 

Colborne 

18,500 


Port 




Credit 
8.573 




A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 
76,218 
18,132 


$ 
341,979 
114,670 


8,492,996 
3,192,517 


$ 
122,390 
51,177 


$ 

2,132,633 
556.109 


$ 
1.545,251 


Less accumulated depreciation 


323.981 




58,086 

5,118 

10,000 

10,500 

607 


227,309 
64,556 


5,300,479 
1.215,486 


71,213 
5.456 


1.576.524 

31,131 
25,000 
10.000 
10.373 


1.221,270 
150 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — short-term 




20,000 
12,742 

285 


99.208 

328,767 

5,250 




13 500 




806 

25 


50 437 


Other 














26,225 
71 


97,583 
679 


1,648,711 
177,674 


6.287 
177 


76.504 
28.549 


64 087 


OTHER ASSETS 


28.699 


Sinking fund on debentures 




Miscellaneous assets 


15,229 




908 


15.501 


6,732 










71 
87,525 


15,908 
646,142 


177,674 

12,672,735 


1.085 
35,150 


44.050 
1,137,471 


35.431 
1.043,190 






Total 


171,907 


986,942 


19,799,599 


113,735 


2,834,549 


2,363,978 




LIABILITIES 






201,000 
314,857 


15,300 
3,153 
1,354 


287.392 
70,775 
34.546 


206.700 

133.097 

54.049 




4.906 


43,685 














4,906 

87,525 


43,685 
646,142 


515.857 

12.672,735 
102,175 


19,807 
35,150 


392,713 
1,137,471 


393.846 
1.043,190 


RESERVES 


















87,525 

5,237 


646,142 
17,000 


12,774,910 

775,317 


35.150 
24.700 


1,137.471 
328,268 


1.043,190 
118,991 


CAPITAL 




Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


74,239 


280,115 


5,658,475 
75,040 


26.907 
7,171 


965,267 
10,830 


801,864 
6,087 










79,476 


297,115 


6,508,832 


58,778 


1.304,365 


926.942 




Total 


171,907 


986,942 


19,799,599 


113,735 


2,834,549 


2,363,978 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


52,856 

1,778 


387,667 
8,617 


3,086,076 
208,539 


37.334 
1,253 


980.449 
20,830 


1.110.696 
23.921 








54,634 


396,284 


3,294,615 


38,587 


1,001,279 


1,134,617 




EXPENSE 


50,113 


326,761 


2,431,523 

20,991 

262,674 

262,607 

35,880 

282,559 


17,076 


671,576 


925,891 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


2,213 
1,826 


1 1 ,643 
30,568 


11,000 
5,215 
2,905 
3,943 


98.745 

122.870 

31.909 

60,055 


26,385 
70,990 
24,147 
40,455 




2,475 


10,588 


Other. . 
















Total expense 


56,627 


379,560 


3,296,234 


40,139 


985,155 


1,087,868 


Net income or net expense 


1,993 


16,724 


1,619 


1,552 


16,124 


46,749 


Number of customers 


208 


921 


15,085 


408 


5,628 


2,931 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



137 



Port Dover 
3,348 


Port Elgin 
2,224 


Port Hope 
8,632 


Port 

McNicoll 
1.297 


Port Perry 

2.827 


Port Rowan 

843 


Port 

Stanley 

1.551 


Prescott 
5,428 


Preston 
15.089 


471,391 
172.293 


$ 
433,735 
93.208 


1 ,363.386 
517,065 


$ 
155,240 
39,818 


$ 
354.026 
81.284 


$ 

106,840 
29,368 


$ 
263.595 
124.567 


$ 

565,807 
229,012 


$ 

2,225.901 
663.905 


299.098 

37,469 
30,000 


340,527 
10,165 


846,321 
53,061 


115,422 


272,742 
2,094 


77,472 
6,675 


139,028 
12.374 


336.795 
19.722 


1.561.996 
62 386 




45 000 






25,850 

6,881 

88 


7,000 

1,274 






20.000 
4.366 




6.201 


7,968 


2,261 


1,220 


6.030 
590 


20,705 
12,990 
















73.670 
700 


18.133 
1,478 


55,322 
58,215 


32,819 
436 


10,368 
258 


7,895 
99 


18.994 

483 


44.088 
9,812 


141,081 
41,428 




6,640 




1 


110 


















700 
279.912 


8,118 
208,833 


58,215 
1 ,004,358 


436 
123,917 


259 
197,585 


209 
55,704 


483 
232,396 


9.812 

487,219 


41,428 
1,526,240 


653,380 


575,611 


1,964,216 


272,594 


480,954 


141,280 


390,901 


877,914 


3,270,745 


35.691 
18.859 
5,443 








79,000 
19,507 
4,727 


4,700 

2,635 

596 






40,200 


16.787 

3,222 


50,811 
25,066 


15,896 
1.155 


6,092 
1,567 


21,041 

5,715 


80,693 
30,597 


59,993 
279.912 


20,009 
208,833 


75,877 
1,004,358 


17,051 
123,917 


103,234 
197,585 


7,931 
55,704 


7,659 
232.396 


26,756 

487.219 


151,490 
1,526,240 




















279,912 
72,837 

233.084 
7,554 


208,833 

37,787 


1,004,358 
244,000 


123,917 
9,804 


197,585 
25,882 


55,704 
13,300 


232,396 
18.950 


487.219 
23.981 


1,526,240 
436,083 


306,910 
2,072 


639,061 
920 


121,822 


152,679 
1,574 


64,307 

38 


130,971 
925 


324.704 

15,254 


1,103,642 
53,290 






313,475 


346,769 


883,981 


131,626 


180,135 


77,645 


150,846 


363,939 


1,593,015 


653,380 


575,611 


1,964,216 


272,594 


480,954 


141,280 


390,901 


877,914 


3,270,745 


180,603 
9,793 


201,322 
6,783 


674,347 
27,910 


71,116 
3,603 


169,819 
6,328 


34,391 
1,422 


108,786 
2,564 


264,105 
20.266 


1,058,148 
25,020 


190,396 


208,105 


702,257 


74,719 


176,147 


35,813 


111,350 


284,371 


1,083,168 


115,883 

31,312 

22,970 

6,111 

16,822 


134,115 


474,337 


56,025 

8,919 

7,551 


128,587 


22,264 


66,110 


213.182 


714,797 


19,299 
24,565 


60,855 
80,812 


7,641 
19,470 

8,349 
11.208 


4,868 

4,297 

921 

3.356 


24,229 
16.476 


18.082 
29.252 


83.439 
74.856 
18.903 


10,778 


47,673 


4.394 


8,732 


23.224 


65.582 




















193,098 


188,757 


663,677 


76,889 


175,255 


35,706 


115,547 


283,740 


957,577 


2,702 


19,348 


38,580 


2,170 


892 


107 


4,197 


631 


125,591 


1,585 


1,324 


3.052 


649 


1.069 


368 


1.134 


1.949 


4.509 



138 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Priceville 
126 


Princeton 
427 


Queenston 
560 


Rainy Rivei 
1.111 


Red Rock 
1.898 






9 138 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
21,089 
9.565 


$ 

46,546 
15,319 


$ 

60,199 
20,663 


$ 
150.952 
75,447 


$ 
135,726 
38,115 


$ 
1,888 972 


Less accumulated depreciation .... 


594,566 


Net fixed assets 


11,524 
3,607 


31,227 
6,997 


39,536 

5,878 


75,505 

7,284 
20,000 


97,611 

13,571 


1,294 406 


CURRENT ASSETS 




Investments — short-term 






8,000 
372 


3,000 
907 


8,000 
342 




6 675 




2,092 
762 


1.079 


9 038 


Other 


1,900 
















11,979 


10,904 


14,220 


30,138 
1,750 


14,650 


17,613 


OTHER ASSETS 


19,809 


Sinking fund on debentures 












1,651 








4,280 


















1.651 
57,155 




1,750 
38,167 




24 089 




8,041 


51,495 


82,848 


380,669 






Total. . . 


31,544 


100,937 


105,251 


145,560 


195,109 


1,716,777 




LIABILITIES 


125 
731 










51,936 


Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


1,963 
579 


2,302 

252 


5,309 
432 


4,779 
441 


36,119 

7,331 








Total liabilities 


856 
8,041 


2,542 
57.155 


2,554 
51,495 


5.741 
38,167 


5.220 
82,848 


95,386 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


380,669 


















8,041 
12,041 


57.155 
5,995 


51,495 
9,500 


38.167 
26,087 


82,848 
29,367 


380,669 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


719,301 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


10,390 
216 


35,210 
35 


41,468 

234 


75.565 


68,606 
9,068 


520,702 
719 










22,647 


41,240 


51,202 


101.652 


107,041 


1,240,722 






Total 


31,544 


100,937 


105.251 


145,560 


195,109 


1,716,777 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 
Sale of electrical energy 


6,438 

473 


20,824 
1,196 


23,436 
1,452 


74.915 
3,036 


66,277 
1,546 


473,069 


Miscellaneous 


8,457 








6,911 


22,020 


24,888 


77,951 


67,823 


481,526 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


3,729 


18,951 


21,068 


48,518 


47,929 


299,262 




43,419 


Operation and maintenance 


780 
874 
420 
767 


1,428 

2.006 

3 

1,680 


2,516 
1,760 


13,005 
14.456 


4,911 
5,780 


31,121 
52,495 




19,790 


Depreciation 


2.338 


5,275 


4,415 


47,538 


Other 


















Total expense 


6,570 


24,068 


27,682 


81,254 


63,035 


493,625 


Net income or net expense 


341 


2,048 


2,794 


3,303 


4,788 


12,099 


Number of customers 


74 


191 


190 


441 


382 


3,018 



, 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



139 



Richmond 
1,862 


Richmond 

Hilt 

19,577 


Ridge town 
2,794 


Ripley 
406 


Rockland 
3,486 


Rockwood 
985 


Rodney 
1,060 


Rosseau 
229 


Russell 
605 


$ 
211.441 
36,592 


$ 
2,169,373 
668,214 


$ 
396,900 
93,961 


$ 

59,571 

15,337 


$ 
241,746 
61,349 


$ 
105,511 
20,301 


$ 

96,776 
36,821 


$ 
36,158 

8,897 


$ 

89,152 
20,514 


174,849 
18,140 


1,501,159 

86,669 
120,000 


302,939 
13,522 


44,234 

12,337 

6,000 

8,000 

1,212 

300 


180,397 

9,398 
6,000 


85,210 

2,703 
7,500 


59,955 
22,036 


27,261 
1,841 


68,638 
2,113 








2,500 

1,543 
300 




52,941 


51,238 


4,749 
5,006 


4,035 


9,588 


2,642 
60 


3,531 












71.081 


257,907 
24,787 


23,277 
2,409 


27,849 


19,433 
1,783 


19,791 
58 


24,738 
242 


6,184 


5,644 


884 






376 


6,625 


2,409 


1.733 


2,184 


175 


2,197 


1,397 


10 


1,260 
66.379 


31,412 
810,688 


4,818 
262,618 


1,733 
60,413 


3,967 
87,596 


233 
71,465 


2,439 
92,009 


1,397 
25,355 


10 
47,619 


313,569 


2,601,166 


593,652 


134,229 


291,393 


176,699 


179,141 


60,197 


121,911 


64,200 


346,940 

110,996 

16,214 


45,315 
14,218 
3,209 




34,000 
14,778 
9,699 


12,386 

11,453 

643 








60,116 
620 


2,534 
369 


3,654 
801 


1,463 
3 


8,714 
171 


124,936 
66,379 


474,150 
810,688 


62,742 
262,618 


2,903 
60,413 


58,477 
87,596 


24,482 
71,465 


4,455 
92,009 


1,466 
25,355 


8,885 
47,619 




















66,379 

20,687 
884 


810,688 
366,759 


262,618 
66,821 


60,413 

12,744 


87,596 
21,000 


71,465 
9,943 


92,009 
8,500 


25,355 
11,933 


47,619 
8,808 


98,383 
2,300 


932,467 
17,102 


193,417 
8,054 


58,169 


123.970 
350 


59,757 
11,052 


74,177 


21,443 


53,181 
3.418 












122,254 


1,316,328 


268,292 


70,913 


145,320 


80,752 


82,677 


33,376 


65,407 


313.569 


2,601 166 


593 652 


134 229 


291,393 


176.699 


179,141 


60,197 


121,911 



96,747 
1,623 


1,077,999 
58,777 


177,676 
2,459 


27,841 
1,253 


126,475 
2,879 


50,894 
1,495 


49,341 
2,195 


12,935 
504 


33,572 
482 


98,370 


1,136,776 


180,135 


29,094 


129,354 


52,389 


51,536 


13,439 


34,054 


78,413 


820,969 


108,013 


22,033 


94,468 


34,679 


33,645 


9,265 


25,483 


2.598 
4,376 
3,809 


41,459 

101,776 

60,709 

80,007 


18,830 

23,238 

5,342 

10,727 


2,976 
2,365 


9,691 

7,611 
4,579 
7,492 


1 ,949 
5,614 
2,047 
3,093 


5,944 
5,103 


1,432 

1,227 


447 
2.408 


5,458 


1,796 


3,308 


1,099 


2,520 




















94,654 


1,104,920 


166,150 


29,170 


123,841 


47,382 


48,000 


13,023 


30.858 


3,716 


31,856 


13,985 


76 


5,513 


5,007 


3,536 


416 


3,196 


598 


5,538 


1,167 


232 


963 


338 


456 


142 


242 






140 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





St. 

Catharines 

105,906 


St. Clair 
Beach 
1,965 


St. George 
963 


St. Jacobs 
928 


St. Mary's 
4,680 






23 966 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


14,660,827 
3,149,488 


$ 
145,499 
51,584 


$ 

90,587 
24,843 


$ 

95,459 
21,344 


$ 
702,882 
227,520 


$ 
3,321,081 
1,086,822 


Net fixed assets 


11,511,339 
272,353 


93,915 

3,916 
25,000 


65,744 
14,129 


74.115 
39,549 


475,362 

49,595 
35,000 
22,500 
14,248 


2,234 259 


CURRENT ASSETS 


500 












2.000 
2,634 


35 000 




783,533 
980 


5,511 


169 


151,992 


Other 


1,575 














Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 


1,056,866 

364,494 

42,963 


34,427 


14,298 
45 


44,183 


121.343 
13,567 


189,067 
99 072 


Sinking fund on debentures 










504 






51,421 


634 












407,457 
10.626,520 


504 
75,112 


45 
85,834 




64,988 
1,011,356 


99,706 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


109,532 


2.818,213 


Total. . 


23,602,182 


203,958 


165,921 


227,830 


1,673,049 


5,341,245 




LIABILITIES 


2,136,500 
828,146 
183,370 




8,500 
4,029 

278 


4,517 
90 


4.000 
3.306 
2,786 


144,000 


Current liabilities 


9,424 
297 


124,698 




65,799 








3,148,016 
10,626,520 


9,721 
75,112 


12.807 
85,834 


4,607 
109,532 


10,092 
1.011,356 


334,497 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


2,818,213 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


10,626,520 
515,146 


75,112 
17,694 


85.834 
7,500 


109.532 
6.000 


1,011,356 
186,207 


2,818,213 
194,521 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


8,872,116 
440,384 


100,144 
1,287 


59.454 
326 


107,691 


465,289 
105 


1,989,775 
4,239 








Total capital 


9,827.646 


119,125 


67.280 


113,691 


651,601 


2.188,535 






Total 


23,602,182 


203,958 


165,921 


227,830 


1,673,049 


5,341,245 



B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


8,487,186 
145,443 


82,217 
2,424 


47,920 
1 ,283 


62,323 
1,816 


266,461 
10,082 


1,745,611 


Miscellaneous 


26.057 


Total revenue 


8,632,629 


84.641 


49,203 


64,139 


276,543 


1,771,668 


EXPENSE 


6,877,969 


63,480 


37,070 


45,076 


192,770 


1,233,973 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


479,327 
536,292 
198,965 
380,765 


4,280 
8.990 


2,280 
4,828 
1,440 

2,837 


2,409 
3,793 


25,450 

39,353 

3,335 

19.348 


244,666 

122,878 




16,530 


Depreciation 


4,801 


2.838 


91,545 


Other 




















8,473,318 


81,551 


48,455 


54,116 


280,256 


1,709,592 






Net income or net expense 


159,311 


3,090 


748 


10,023 


3,7/3 


62,076 


Number of customers 


31,795 


544 


338 


285 


1.897 


8,705 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



141 






Sandwich 
West 

9,966 


Sarnia 
57,099 


Scarborough 
294,625 


Schreiber 
Twp. 
2,126 


Seafoith 
2,218 


Shelburne 
1,476 


Sirncoe 
10,462 


Sioux 

Lookout 

2,686 


Smiths 
Falls 
9.995 


$ 
944,451 
299,312 


$ 
8,638,812 
2,543,408 


$ 

35,438,732 

9,351,332 


$ 
219,407 

75,025 


$ 
407,564 
1 1 3,865 


$ 
208,693 

75,452 


$ 
1,395,81 1 
423,213 


$ 
338,551 
110,479 


$ 
1 .350.860 
449,042 


645,139 
16,980 


6,095,404 

21,751 

196,053 

321,842 

10,383 


26,087,400 

680,374 

2,520,000 

25,000 

1,455,261 

5,764 


144,382 

19,532 

1 5,000 

5,000 

1,850 

677 


293,699 
12,721 


133,241 
1,197 


972,598 
1 1 5,002 


228,072 

13,378 

75,000 
5,000 
1,511 


001,818 
123,552 




9,000 

4,266 

90 




8.798 
564 

124.364 

1.344 




21,101 


12,104 
250 


12.954 








38,081 
7,386 


550,029 
267,992 


4,686,399 

558,452 

3,084,085 

737,943 


42,059 

2,738 


26,077 

184 


13,551 
4.36? 


94,889 
11,360 


136,506 
38,902 


14,2 74 


41,582 




269 


12.659 


8,604 














21,660 
225,903 


309,574 
8,743,708 


4,380,480 
11,804,402 


2,738 
117,956 


453 
298,674 


17,022 
150,276 


9,948 
1,077,793 


11,360 
216,594 


38,902 
1.036.716 


930,783 


15,698,715 


46,958,681 


307,135 


618,903 


314,090 


2,184,703 


550,915 


2,113,942 


14 7,700 


469,100 

383,101 

76.197 


8,930,656 
2,734,298 
1,160,498 




5,500 

17,722 

3,186 




210,000 
63,773 
16,140 






55,729 
127,793 


7,743 


13,539 
154 


1 1 ,667 
5.179 


46,192 








331 ??? 
225,903 


928,398 

8,743,708 


12,825.452 
11,804,402 


7,743 
117,956 


26,408 
298,674 


13,693 
150,276 


289,913 

1,077,793 


16,846 
216,594 


46,192 
1,036,716 


















225,903 
145,765 


8,743,708 
1,047,291 


1 1,804,402 

4,319,515 
3,084,085 

13,758,724 
1,166,503 


117,956 
50,000 


298,674 
68,940 


150,2 76 
16.991 

132.405 

725 


1,077,793 
75.43S 


216,594 

317.475 
317,475 


1.036.716 
147.662 


222,418 

5,475 


4,820,123 
159,195 


131,436 


224,381 
500 


733.050 
8,512 


883,372 








373,658 


6,026,609 


22.328,827 


181,436 


293,821 


150,121 


816,997 


1,031.034 


930,783 


15,698,715 


46,958,681 


307,135 


618,903 


314,090 


2,184,703 


550,915 


2 113,942 


402,344 
17,472 


3,936,383 
116,985 


18,568,162 
914,954 


114,220 
2,428 


155,189 
4,941 


94.642 
4,515 


815,454 
18,210 


172,585 
8,664 


670.814 
14.233 


419,816 


4,053 368 


19 483,116 


116 648 


160,130 


99.157 


833 664 


181 249 


685,047 


283,518 


2,696,010 


13,596,078 


83,018 


98,880 


72,449 


636,074 


116,514 

23,407 
30,174 


510,154 


29,690 
48,366 
25,399 


507,936 

453,785 

88,497 

235,231 


1,053,004 
1,183,770 
1.042,769 
1,116,390 


5,921 
15.937 


18,551 

19,415 

2,928 

12,172 


2,635 

11.919 

511 

7,652 


74.011 

58.474 

4.112 

42.225 


56,717 
61,523 


27,542 


6,665 


9,536 


39,399 




















414515 


3 981,459 


17,992 Oil 


111,541 


151,946 


95 166 


814896 


179,631 


667.793 


5,301 


71,909 


1,491 105 


5,107 


8,184 


3,991 


18,768 


1,618 


17,254 


2,963 


16.898 


84.733 


689 


891 


697 


3.969 


951 


3,680 



142 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Southamp- 
ton 
1,792 


S. Grimsby 
Twp. 
2,900 


South 

River 

957 


Springfield 
515 


Stayner 
1.929 


Stirling 
1,407 


Population 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 


$ 
365,687 
92,219 


121,791 
36,248 


$ 
181,615 
57,551 


$ 

62,785 
22,095 


$ 
245,582 
46,655 


189 878 


Less accumulated depreciation 


61.270 


Net fixed assets 


273,468 
32,105 


85,543 
4,978 


124,064 

10,729 
2,000 


40,690 
5,034 


198,927 
25 


128 608 


CURRENT ASSETS 


18,203 










3,000 
699 


500 
671 








1,650 


1.082 


2,146 


737 


Other 




















33,755 
1 1 ,906 


8,677 


13,811 


6,205 


2,171 
3,415 


18,940 


OTHER ASSETS 


817 


Sinking fund on debentures 














16,145 




















Total other assets 


11,906 
189,523 




16.145 
18,331 




3,415 
144,504 


817 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


72,237 


46,842 


119,087 






Total 


508,652 


166,457 


172,351 


93,737 


349,017 


267,452 




LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 






65,500 
17,752 
2,128 






2,033 




8,495 
681 


3,684 
526 


1,762 
328 


35,426 
1,511 


6,103 


Other liabilities 


2,098 






Total liabilities 


9,176 
189,523 


4,210 

72,237 


85,380 
18,331 


2,090 
46,842 


36,937 
144,504 


10,234 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


119,087 


Other reserves 


















Total reserves 


189,523 
42,523 


72,237 
15,000 


18,331 
24,500 


46.842 
9,500 


144,504 
9,557 


119,087 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


20,967 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 
Contributed capital 


267,430 


73,986 

1,024 


44,140 


35.305 


154,244 
3,775 


117,164 














309,953 


90,010 


68.640 


44,805 


167,576 


138,131 






Total 


508,652 


166,457 


172,351 


93,737 


349,017 


267,452 






B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


150,077 
7,026 


52,873 
2,653 


66,730 

797 


22,356 

443 


94,317 
3,899 


78,930 


Miscellaneous 


2,546 






Total revenue 


157,103 


55,526 


67,527 


22,799 


98,216 


81,476 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


98,937 


32,450 


37,067 


14,402 


75,128 


60,341 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


21,422 
12,378 


6,807 
12,072 


4,649 
6,572 

7,833 
4,813 


1,519 
1,689 


6,359 
8,498 


5,107 
8,794 


Financial 


692 


Depreciation 


10,449 


4,158 


2,133 


7,187 


6,161 


Other 


















Total expense 


143,186 


55,487 


60,934 


19,743 


97,172 


81,095 






Net income or net expense 


13,917 


39 


6,593 


3,056 


1,044 


381 


Number of customers 


1,368 


438 


351 


184 


808 


589 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



143 



Stoney 
Creek 
7,686 


Stouffville 
4,222 


Stratford 
23,420 


Strathroy 
6,148 


Streetsville 
6,180 


Sturgeon 
Falls 
6,424 


Sudbury 
89,144 


Sunderland 
654 


$ 
648,737 
204.367 


$ 
492,381 
125,280 


$ 
5,346,419 
1,027,066 


906,558 
322,877 


$ 
664,131 
156,284 


$ 

623,410 
159,502 


$ 
10,709,541 
3,233,117 


$ 

71,929 
23,703 


444,370 

21,690 
75,000 


367,101 

41,108 
37,000 


4,319,353 
100,298 


583.681 
229 


507,847 

43,875 
55,000 


463,908 
30,150 


7,476,424 
189,386 


48,226 
14,463 










249,875 

665,197 

4,164 


2 000 


3,272 
100 


9,357 


67,889 
7,229 


22,398 


25,501 


34,734 
308 


874 












100,062 


87,465 
217 


175,416 

228,728 

72,116 


22,627 
3,644 


124,376 

374 


65,192 


1,108,622 
204,357 


17,337 










10,867 


21,166 




9,094 


85,760 












11,084 

246,644 


300,844 
3,124,554 


24,810 
595,934 


374 
276,885 


9,094 
190,897 


290,117 
3,900,854 




296,848 


62,316 


841,280 


712,294 


7,920,167 


1,227,052 


909,482 


729,091 


12,776,017 


127,879 


8,000 
3,611 
7,291 


39,715 
20,809 
10,318 


1,692,000 

161,139 

26,901 


104,000 
35,563 

25,573 


52,802 

32,255 
6,766 


131,840 
67,425 
21,831 


1,283,200 

1,148,780 

358,923 


47 
180 


18,902 
296,848 


70,842 
246,644 


1,880,040 
3,124,554 


165,136 
595,934 


91,823 
276,885 


221,096 
190,897 


2,790,903 
3,900,854 


227 
62,316 


















296,848 
70,460 


246,644 
43,607 


3,124,554 
733,800 


595,934 
88,957 


276,885 
100,929 


190,897 
83,160 


3,900,854 
1,44 7,387 


62,316 
4,628 


433,719 
21,351 


342,724 
8,477 


2,051,728 
130,045 


372,025 
5,000 


388,487 
51,358 


233,938 


4,636,873 


60,708 










525,530 


394,808 


2,915,573 


465,982 


540,774 


317,098 


6,084,260 


65,336 


841,280 


712,294 


7,920,167 


1,227,052 


909,482 


729,091 


12,776,017 


127,879 


354,279 
24,370 


243,062 
14,714 


2,125,653 
86,533 


437,793 
6,034 


327,989 
17,559 


302,018 
9,803 


4,010,689 
330,163 


36,612 
2,149 


378,649 


257,776 


2,212,186 


443,827 


345,548 


311,821 


4,340 852 


38,761 


276,770 


179,148 


1,361,348 


297,371 


257,429 


196,446 


2,885,676 


28,362 


21,559 

42,668 

2,418 


12,199 

22,791 

5,287 

16,382 


210,722 
189,600 
176,185 
140,064 


48,468 
51,758 
13,709 
24,313 


13,462 
21,565 
10,155 
19,611 


24,397 
34,574 
16,239 
22,258 


507,167 
579,998 
156,199 
375,507 


1,243 
2,473 


25,685 


3,139 


















369,100 


235,807 


2,077,919 


435,619 


322,222 


293,914 


4,504,547 


35,217 


9,549 


21,969 


134,267 


8,208 


23,326 


17,907 


163,695 


3,544 


2,191 


1,455 


7,844 


2,201 


1,665 


1,839 


28,307 


289 



144 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Sundridge 
694 


Sutton 
1,633 


Tar a 
603 


Tavistock 
1.405 


Tecumseh 
4,965 




Population 


935 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
98,089 
24,513 


$ 
249,093 
42,559 


$ 

88,204 
9,290 


$ 
224.097 
84,672 


$ 
452,031 
163.893 


$ 
129,144 


Less accumulated depreciation 


36,089 




73,576 
15.301 


206,534 
17,580 


78,914 
2.065 


139,425 
4,078 


288.138 
43.447 


93,055 


CURRENT ASSETS 


21,020 


Investments — short-term 






18,906 

1.087 


20,000 
8,056 


8,000 

6,651 

300 


15,000 

503 
24 




15,500 




30,118 


307 


Other 
















35.294 

285 

1,982 


45,636 

577 


17,016 
691 


19,605 

322 


73,565 
16,571 


36,827 


OTHER ASSETS 


117 


Sinking fund on debentures 




Miscellaneous assets 


16,585 


412 


24 


3,287 








Total other assets 


2,267 

37,233 


17,162 
175,506 


1,103 
69,615 


346 
225.568 


19,858 
237,590 


117 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


109,913 


Total 


148,370 


444,838 


166,648 


384,944 


619,151 


239,912 






LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


7,648 

3,541 

458 






5,508 
9,059 


51,700 

30.500 

2,835 






14,376 
5,878 


22,568 

387 


5,242 


Other liabilities 


229 










11,647 
37,233 


20,254 
175,506 


22,955 
69,615 


14,567 
225,568 


85,035 
237.590 


5,471 


RESERVES 


109,913 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


37,233 
27,352 


175,506 
26,000 


69,615 
14,264 


225,568 
29,777 


237,590 
29,300 


109,913 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


21,296 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


71,936 
202 


195,281 
27,797 


55,056 

4,758 


114,678 
354 


258,576 
8,650 


103,232 






Total capital 


99,490 


249,078 


74,078 


144,809 


296,526 


124,528 






Total 


148,370 


444 838 


166 648 


384,944 


619,151 


239,912 






B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


48,908 
1,291 


147,564 
5,294 


52,357 
1,575 


89,522 
6,005 


217,857 
9,371 


71,049 
2,194 


Total revenue 


50,199 


152,858 


53,932 


95,527 


227,228 


73,243 


EXPENSE 


36,523 


102,826 


42,684 


73,771 


145,452 


56,384 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


1,826 
5,057 
2,809 
2,641 


9,596 
22,058 


3,078 
2,844 


5,421 
7,140 
2,240 
7,870 


24.522 

27,946 

5,552 

1 3,043 


2,252 
4,469 


Financial 




Depreciation 


5,604 


2,980 


4,173 


Other 


















Total expense 


48,856 


140,084 


51 ,586 


96 442 


216 515 


67,278 






Net income or net expense 


1,343 


12,774 


2 346 


9/5 


10,713 


5,965 


Number of customers 


346 


1,000 


280 


555 


1,495 


409 





Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 




145 


r 


Terrace Bay 
Twp. 
1,864 


Thamesford 
1.466 


Thamesville 
1.020 


Thedford 
699 


Thessalon 
1,649 


Thornbury 
1 ,2 1 3 


Thorndale 
434 


Thornton 
312 


II 

1 


$ 
303.907 
94,261 


$ 
188.447 
61.008 


$ 
180,543 
69,284 


$ 

82,485 

23,758 


$ 
243,510 
58,405 


$ 

197,381 
37,797 


$ 

50,971 
25,851 


$ 

33,772 
12.997 


: 


209,646 

4.133 
40,000 


127,439 

19,539 

5,000 

8,000 

111 


111,259 

5,496 

5,000 

8,925 

904 


58,727 
4,355 


185,105 

12,595 
15,000 


159,584 
3,939 


25,120 
16,729 


20,775 
2,154 




8,000 
3,647 




3,000 

718 
613 






2,063 
560 


2,902 


16.106 
603 


112 
















46,756 
6,374 


32,650 
92 


20,325 
221 


16,002 
29 


30,497 
260 


20,648 
7,512 


2 1 ,060 


2,266 












69 


306 


8,069 


4,922 


4.015 
















6,374 
155,123 


161 
118,696 


527 
125,144 


8,098 

75,737 


5.182 
46.808 


11.527 
80,596 








43,634 


21,992 




417,899 


278,946 


257,255 


158,564 


267,592 


272,355 


89,814 


45,033 




3,900 

231 

90 


400 
8,676 
1,268 


6,400 
5,444 
1,260 




25,500 

18,040 

2,091 


6,450 

8,062 

432 








5,385 
291 


1,562 
196 


2,337 
65 




4,221 
155,123 


10,344 
118,696 


13,104 
125,144 


5,676 

75,737 


45,631 
46,808 


14,944 
80,596 


1,758 
43,634 


2,402 
21,992 






















155,123 
74,100 


118,696 
7,958 


125,144 

12,788 


75,737 
16,500 


46,808 
39,500 


80,596 
79.550 


43,634 
3,087 


21,992 
7,200 




183,522 
933 


137,928 
4,020 


99,409 
6,810 


60,095 
556 


135.653 


97,265 


41,335 


13,439 














258,555 


149,906 


119,007 


77,151 


175,153 


176,815 


44,422 


20,639 




417,899 


278,946 


257,255 


158 564 


267.592 


272,355 


89,814 


45,033 




104.754 
6.390 


88,690 
6,119 


73,170 
2,649 


42,041 
2,332 


104,465 
3,580 


99,412 
3,386 


20.973 
1,925 


11,754 
163 




111,144 


94,809 


75,819 


44,373 


108,045 


102,798 


22,898 


11,917 




83,274 


68,958 


48,769 


30,957 


63,367 


68,950 


13.805 


10,029 




8,807 
11,867 
4,192 
8,779 


2,531 

8,575 

222 

7,401 


6,648 

9,603 
1,368 
6,073 


2,551 
3,905 


12,274 
16,845 
4,905 
6,687 


10,120 
12,648 
2,349 
6.093 


2,149 
2,883 


160 
936 


2,873 


2,362 


1,135 






















116,919 


87,687 


72 461 


40,286 


104,078 


100.160 


21,199 


12,260 




5,775 




7,122 


3,358 


4,087 


3,967 


2,638 


1,699 


343 




475 


487 


450 


309 


593 


605 


157 


120 



146 


Municipc 


d Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 


Municipality 

Population 


Thorold 
8,900 


Tilbury 
3.623 


Tillsonburg 
6,520 


Toronto 
674,602 


Tottenham 
1,123 


Trenton 
14,003 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

1,074,928 

286,646 


$ 
465,257 
155,292 


$ 
1,188,452 
298,965 


$ 
128,799,620 
42,477,676 


$ 
103,066 
26,991 


$ 
2,234.978 
757.540 


Net fixed assets 


788,282 

41,755 
255,000 


309,965 

15,683 


889,487 
168,443 


86,321,944 

249,550 
7,987,517 
1,410,683 
6,163,243 
1,606,782 


76.075 

25 


1.477,438 
92,589 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments — short-term 


— long-term 








10,000 

62,160 

1,200 




23,666 
17 


9,931 


3,452 


2.401 


Other 












320,438 

29,895 

662 


25,614 
1,260 


171,895 
30,987 


17.417,775 

2,348,085 
3,660,407 
8,878,155 


2,426 

228 


1 65 949 


OTHER ASSETS 


54,128 


Sinking fund on debentures 






2,185 


1.179 




3 432 










30,557 
1,300,719 


3,445 
342,380 


32,166 
691,894 


14,886,647 
114,974,768 


228 
71,938 


57,560 




1,667 549 






Total 


2,439,996 


681,404 


1,785.442 


233,601,134 


150,667 


3,368,496 




LIABILITIES 


33,972 

36.745 

9,583 


59,000 

22,300 

3,654 


15,800 
56,398 
23,884 


10,061,050 

5,324,546 
1,475,700 




85,000 
92,207 
16,762 




5,486 
16.047 


Other liabilities 




Total liabilities 


80,300 
1,300,719 


84,954 
342,380 


96,082 
691,894 


16.861,296 

114,974,768 
298,000 


21,533 
71,938 


193,969 

1,667,549 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


1.300,719 
93,469 


342,380 
55,000 


691,894 
189,590 


115,272,768 

35,028,942 
3,660,407 

59,815,844 
2,961,877 


71,938 
21,435 


1,667,549 
229,587 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 




Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds . 

Contributed capital 


919,834 
45,674 


192,721 
6,349 


801,807 
6,069 


33,158 
2,603 


1,143,018 
134,373 




Total capital 


1,058,977 


254,070 


997,466 


101,467,070 


57,196 


1,506,978 


Total 


2,439,996 


681.404 


1,785,442 


233,601,134 


150,667 


3,368,496. 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


483,075 
28,447 


232,408 
7,616 


476,740 
24,945 


57,306,436 
1,987,335 


40,683 
1,469 


1,116,631 
55,07. 




511,522 


240,024 


501,685 


59,293,771 


42,152 


1,171,7<M 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


289,138 

79.406 

59,652 

9,411 

29,262 


150,277 


339,955 


37,884,002 


31,365 


910,39' 

61,89:1 
87,76! 
19,44 
79,52 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


24,085 
27,893 
10,573 
13,001 


49,527 

47,202 

9,113 

31,733 


6,668,366 
6,241,028 

1,152,542 
3,402,540 


3,751 

6,233 

571 

3,220 


Financial 


Depreciation 


Other 
















466,869 


225,829 


477,530 


55,348,478 


45,140 


1,159,02 




Net Income or net expense 


44,653 


14,195 


24,155 


3,945,293 


2,988 


12,68 


Number of customers 


2,636 


1,220 


2,739 


219.433 


415 


4,7? 



Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



147 



Tweed 
1,727 


Uxbridge 
2.872 


Vankleek 
Hill 
1 ,659 


Vaughan 
Twp. 
18,579 


Victoria 

Harbour 

1,087 


Walker ton 
4,303 


Wallaceburg 
10.893 


Wardsville 
325 


$ 
222,226 
61.943 


$ 
373,440 
97,480 


187,829 
73,808 


$ 
3,593,598 
945,314 


$ 
122,191 
28,843 


$ 

510,592 
148,396 


$ 
1,541,824 
575,725 


% 
53,039 

17,142 


160,283 
3,165 


275,960 

15,159 

50,000 

2,928 

3,489 


114,021 
481 


2,648,284 
408,274 


93,348 
898 


362,196 

20,101 


966,099 

15,827 


35,897 

2,915 


1 1 ,000 
1,586 
1.000 


20,000 

62 

864 






6,000 

33,654 

123 




1 500 


97,443 


1 1 ,458 


44,897 


2.347 












16,751 
33 


71,576 


21,407 


505,717 
92.728 


12,356 
323 


59.878 
14,141 


60,724 
94,272 


6,762 








1,000 


316 


2,157 


209,223 


967 




4,525 








1,033 
153,693 


316 
240,769 


2,157 
51,167 


301,951 
648,884 


1,290 
55,142 


14,141 
381,670 


98,797 
1,639,167 




30,160 


331,760 


588,621 


188,752 


4,104,836 


162,136 


817,885 


2,764,787 


72,819 




65,900 

22.309 

4,402 


12,700 

9,096 

9 


2,773,000 
687,285 
210,456 


1,200 

27,144 

230 




123,000 

147.243 

9,814 




14,597 
648 


26,219 
5,149 


1,322 
153 


15,245 
153,693 


92,611 
240,769 


21,805 
51,167 


3,670,741 
648,884 


28,574 
55,142 


31,368 
381,670 


280,057 
1,639,167 


1,475 
30,160 


















153,693 
19,000 


240,769 
24,359 


51,167 
33,300 


648,884 
65,737 


55,142 
17,679 


381,670 
56,748 


1,639,167 
73,536 


30,160 
7,563 


143,822 


230,882 


82,480 


284,638 
4,112 


59,212 
1,529 


348,099 


766,027 
6,000 


30,631 
2,990 












162,822 


255,241 


115.780 


214,789 


78,420 


404,847 


845,563 


41,184 


) 331,760 


588,621 


188 752 


4,104 836 


162,136 


817,885 


2,764,787 


72.819 


113,514 
5,436 


230,081 
12,941 


68,275 
4,540 


1,759,112 
73,084 


56,2 75 
1,034 


334,498 
12,067 


1,197,726 
15,590 


19,716 

550 


118,950 


243,022 


72,815 


1,832,196 


57,309 


346,565 


1,213,316 


20,266 


94,892 


154,598 


60,673 


1,306.634 


39,330 


264,567 


969,600 


13,380 


5,180 
9,084 


10,764 
20,188 
10,027 
12,549 


4,076 
7,600 
3,541 
7,108 


72,666 
110,389 
256,383 
134,188 


4,832 
6,487 
2.675 
3,615 


18,838 
25,584 


52,027 
123,650 

12.652 
37,762 


1.826 
1.152 


8,639 


19,218 


1.825 


















117,795 


208,126 


82,998 


1,880,260 


56,939 


328,207 


1.195,691 


18,183 


,,55 


34,896 


10,183 


48,064 


370 


18.358 


17,625 


2,083 


675 


1,095 


606 


5.971 


590 


1,603 


3,724 


168 



148 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 




Warkworth 

535 


Wasaga 
Beach 
1,424 


Waterdown 
2,214 


Waterford 
2.485 


Waterloo 

33,258 






1 333 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
79.842 
26.773 


268,460 
94,333 


$ 
262,341 
79,962 


$ 
248,117 
65,643 


$ 
6,397,443 
1,254,653 


$ 
156,550 
56,065 


Less accumulated depreciation 




53.069 

8,089 


174.127 
11,735 


182.379 

7,225 


182,474 

10,135 
30,000 


5,142,790 
13,464 


100,485 

4,084 

1 5,000 

7,065 

6,880 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 




3,107 






90 


4.118 

55 


936 
165 


302,703 
3,749 


Other 






33,029 

501 




8,179 


14,842 
237 


1 1 ,398 


41,236 
330 


319,916 
207,593 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 








2,864 


642 




35,506 
















3,101 
60,397 


642 
146,505 


330 
200,266 


243,099 

2,435,572 


501 
198,881 




41,264 




Total 


102,512 


252,467 


340,924 


424,306 


8,141,377 


332,896 




LIABILITIES 


4,599 

4,386 

261 


11,500 

7,086 

207 


10,000 
9,238 
1,021 


19,600 
2,984 
3,395 


1,716,000 

390,481 

72,564 






8,531 
986 






Total liabilities 


9,246 
41,264 


18,793 
60,397 


20,259 
146,505 


25,979 
200,266 


2,179.045 
2,435,572 


9,517 
198,881 


RESERVES 




















41,264 
10,173 


60,397 
98,500 


146,505 
27,632 


200,266 
22,523 


2,435,572 
1,102,614 


198,881 
9,056 


CAPITAL 




Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


36,346 

5,483 


74,106 
671 


132,236 
14,292 


171,107 
4.431 


1,981,401 
442,745 


115,442 








52,002 


173.277 


174,160 


198,061 


3,526,760 


124,498 




Total 


102,512 


252 467 


340,924 


424,306 


8 141,377 


332,896 




B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


30 815 

1,270 


99,218 
4,160 


117,070 
4.642 


142,659 
3.203 


2,931,472 
47,698 


114,754 
3,199 




32,085 


103 378 


121,712 


145,862 


2,979,170 


117,953 




EXPENSE 


20,075 


61,1 12 


85,039 


98,235 


2,018,803 


91.324 




Operation and maintenance 


2,226 

2,966 

642 

3,033 


9,894 

18,432 

4,951 

7,952 


11,789 

10,278 

1,592 

9,881 


23,212 

12,943 

2,910 

6.384 


172,799 
220.572 
225,377 
154,848 


8,368 
15,870 






4,532 


Other 














Total expense 


28 942 


102,341 


118 579 


143 684 


2,792 399 


120,094 


Net income or net expense 


3,143 


1,037 


3 133 


2,178 


186,771 


2,141 




2 54 


932 


647 


899 


9.047 


588 







Statements A and B 

Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 




149 




Waubau- 
shene 
1,500 


Webbwood 

584 


Welland 
41,000 


Wellesley 
810 


Wellington 
905 


West Lome 
1.013 


Westport 
602 


Wheatley 
1 ,607 




$ 

83,284 

21,433 


$ 

59,827 

13,465 


$ 
5,553,144 
1,653,493 


$ 

93,345 

21,061 


109.686 
47,536 


$ 

170,538 
71,532 


63,946 
14,824 


$ 

249,101 
61,670 




61,851 
463 


46,362 

3,476 

2,500 

2,500 

905 


3,899,651 

250 
50,000 


72,284 
3,161 


62,150 

7,317 

16,000 

6,000 

358 


99,006 

4,050 

6,000 

50,000 

3,581 


49,122 
14,656 


187,431 
6.678 






9,000 
31 


3,500 

168 

30 


20,000 




3,047 
3 


796,213 
3,607 


987 
















3,513 
270 


9.381 


850,070 
138,470 


12,192 


29,675 
650 


63,631 

118 


18,354 


27,665 
1,091 
















2.875 


38,805 




996 


2,487 




444 














270 
46,095 


2,875 
11,097 


177,275 
3,133,958 




1,646 
99,992 


2,605 
178,522 




1,535 




76,748 


57,910 


132,546 




111,729 


69,715 


8,060,954 


161,224 


193,463 


343,764 


125,386 


349,177 






11,018 
4,348 

552 


1 ,880,000 

264,574 

21,383 


500 

3,653 

260 












4.798 
36 


3,376 
710 


7,732 
337 


2,547 
446 


5,453 
814 




4,834 
46,095 


15.918 
11,097 


2,165,957 
3,133,958 


4,413 
76,748 


4,086 
99,992 


8,069 
178,522 


2,993 
57,910 


6,267 
132,546 






















46,095 
3,242 


11,097 
18,982 


3,133,958 
847,040 


76,748 
11,928 


99,992 
13,816 


178,522 
8,000 


57,910 
15,000 


132,546 
52,000 




57,558 


23,718 


1,759,979 
154,020 


66,932 
1.203 


66,077 
9,492 


145,673 
3,500 


49.407 
76 


156,814 
1,550 












60,800 


42,700 


2,761,039 


80,063 


89,385 


157.173 


64,483 


210,364 




111,729 


69,715 


8,060,954 


161,224 


193,463 


343.764 


125,386 


349,177 




33,840 
1,383 


21,851 
805 


2,662,447 
51,656 


40,899 
1,186 


46,307 
3,409 


93,907 
9,373 


35,357 
1,052 


84,040 
1,625 




35,223 


22,656 


2,714,103 


42,085 


49,716 


103,280 


36,409 


85,665 




25,673 


13,906 


1,885,438 


30,899 


37,055 


71,918 


26,542 


55,409 




5,604 
3,236 


2,001 
3,149 
2,616 
1,736 


177,572 
233,390 
133,828 
148,129 


2,477 

3,642 

553 

2,930 


5,022 
5,182 


10.799 
13.361 


985 
4,001 


7,522 
9,397 




2,458 


4,603 


6,216 


1.773 


7,005 






















36,971 


23,408 


2,578,357 


40,501 


51,862 


102,294 


33,301 


79,333 




,,,48 


752 


135,746 


1,584 


2,146 


986 


3,108 


6.332 




485 


162 


12,168 


325 


499 


475 


306 


586 



150 


Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financia 




Whitby 

23,875 


Wiarton 
1.959 


Williams- 
burg 
322 


Winchester 
1,517 


Windermere 
101 


Windsor 
199,772 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

3,566,887 

946,323 


$ 
234,111 
74,195 


$ 

32,470 
16,004 


$ 
166,921 
58,489 


$ 

50,586 
12,340 


$ 

26,640,77( 

8,704,09' 


Net fixed assets 


2,620,564 
34,291 


159,916 
6,649 


16,466 

4,373 

11,000 

5,000 

340 

446 


108,432 

1,512 
25,000 


38.246 
903 


17,936,67' 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


273,66< 






32,000 
6,450 


5,000 
1,339 


1,275,13* 

1,655,65( 

11,661 




44,401 


8.138 
795 


Other 












78,692 

83,475 

6,729 


45,099 
6,475 


21,159 


35,445 


7,242 


3,216,11? 
735,72.' 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 










2,505 




2,075 




212,134 








Total other assets 


90,204 
1,117,792 


8,980 
189,730 




2,075 
180,514 




947,85? 
19,768,49f 




42,529 


24,820 




Total .... 


3,907,252 


403,725 


80,154 


326,466 


70,308 


41,869,15- 




LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


129,000 

1,056,922 

227,718 










1,580,301 

2,479,518 

487.8K 


Current liabilities 


9.276 
142 


1,532 
480 


237 
144 


120 






Total liabilities 


1,413,640 
1,117,792 


9,418 
189,730 


2,012 
42,529 


381 
180,514 


120 
24,820 


4,547,62? 

19,768,49e 
209, 40( 


RESERVES 


















1,117,792 
405,575 


189,730 
37,400 


42,529 

2,750 


180,514 
29,162 


24,820 
11,238 


19,977,896 
3,955,516 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds . 


939,974 
30,271 


165,520 
1,657 


32,863 


116,409 


34,130 


13,265,27( 
122,842 












1,375,820 


204,577 


35,613 


145,571 


45,368 


17.343.62S 




Total 


3,907,252 


403,725 


80,154 


326,466 


70,308 


41,869,153 ; 


B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


1,574.529 
79,857 


119,484 
8,157 


17,229 
613 


128,116 
1,641 


13,676 

570 


12,697,206 
248,844 


Miscellaneous 






1,654,386 


127,641 


17,842 


129,757 


14,246 


12,946,05C 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


1,186,382 


90.355 


13,684 


107,500 


9.485 


8,936,501 




Operation and maintenance 


94,069 
108,953 
102,934 
134.058 


11.808 
10,689 


465 
1,672 


4,198 
7.461 


1,841 
1.006 


1,337,91: 

1,157,96? 

290,33: 

732,758 






8,870 


1,242 


5,415 


1.479 


Other 














Total expense 


1,626,396 


121,722 


17,063 


124,574 


13,811 


12,455,474 




Net income or net expense 


27,990 


5,919 


779 


5,183 


435 


490, 57( 


Number of customers 


6,960 


864 


148 


609 


142 


60,77? 





Statements A and B 

Jtatements for the Year Ended December 31, 1969 



151 



Wingham 
2.931 


Woodbridge 
2,453 


Woodstock 
24,912 


Woodville 
431 


Wyoming 
1,168 


York 
139,716 


Zurich 

732 


Summary 
All Regions 


$ 
481,478 
188.347 


$ 
229,409 
108,676 


$ 
4,005.221 
1,265,590 


$ 

62,990 

17,239 


$ 
124,740 
44,187 


$ 
13,828,774 
4,702,519 


$ 

98,414 
18,721 


815,382,191 
219,237,998 


293,131 
19.469 


120,733 

24.425 

75,000 

24,800 

2,179 

6,375 


2.739,631 
191.153 


45,751 
1,166 


80,553 

3,155 
9,312 


9,126,255 

11,556 
100,000 
704,000 
528,461 
140,098 


79,693 

23.517 


596,144,193 

12,739,781 
23 006 015 


49,725 




4,000 
504 




7,844 003 


6.109 


37,786 
431 


512 
66 


437 


31,285,055 
3 029,452 










75.303 
12,294 


132,779 


229,370 
137,233 


5,670 


13,045 
56 


1,484,115 

202,602 

84,531 

1,174.220 


23,954 


77,904,306 
17,486,722 










13,651 400 


2,271 


16,621 










14,171,097 














14.565 
366.724 


16,621 

297,514 


137,233 
2,969,153 




56 
67,419 


1.461,353 
9,458,060 




45,309,219 


41,172 


78,705 


492,190.861 


749,723 


567,647 


6,075,387 


92,593 


161,073 


21,529,783 


182,352 


1,211,548,579 












98,513 

640,466 

1,111,567 




115,947,129 




17.239 
4.187 


2,194 
6,036 


157,897 
41,555 


1,710 
9 


4,943 
664 


3,917 
243 


48,349,939 
14,857,102 


21 426 
366,724 


8,230 
297,514 


199,452 
2,969,153 


1,719 
41,172 


5,607 
67,419 


1.850,546 
9,458,060 


4,160 
78,705 


179.154.170 

492.190.861 
1,346.164 


















366.724 
81.156 


297,514 
23,835 


2,969,153 
429,776 


41,172 
5.248 


67,419 
9,700 


9,458,060 

692,797 
84,531 

9,396,330 
47,519 


78,705 
5,592 


493,537,025 

122,655,357 
13,651,400 


280,417 


235.442 
2,626 


2,363,998 
113,008 


44,454 


77,616 
731 


93,895 


369,349,157 
33,201,470 










361,573 


261,903 


2,906,782 


49,702 


88,047 


10,221,177 


99,487 


538.857,384 


749,723 


567,647 


6,075,387 


92,593 


161,073 


21,529,783 


182,352 


1,211,548,579 


214,764 
11,832 


152.017 
13,895 


2,099,200 
70,332 


19,763 
1,076 


61,955 
1,855 


6,295,440 
416,619 


49,810 
1,629 


393,604.382 
13,420,863 


226,596 


165,912 


2,169,532 


20,839 


63,810 


6,712,059 


51,439 


407,025,245 


180.155 


131,285 


1,600,131 


15,823 


45,587 


4,938,540 


31,210 


288,156,598 
813,078 


16.523 
21,582 


8,273 
18,567 


151,037 

125.356 

648 

127,239 


1,829 
1,960 


3,885 
3,982 


402,946 

941,176 

25.176 

469,059 


4,934 
5.799 


30,231,314 
32,811,759 
14,683,093 


13,862 


10.865 


2,269 


4,292 


2,531 


23,592,618 
68,910 


















232,122 


168,990 


2,004,411 


21,881 


57,746 


6,776,897 


44,474 


390,357,370 


5,526 


3,078 


165,121 


1,042 


6,064 


64,838 


6,965 


16,667,875 


1,211 


825 


8,382 


202 


452 


44,869 


332 


1.738,512 



152 Municipal Electrical Service 



STATEMENT "C" 



In this Report the former Statement C has been omitted. This was th< 
schedule of retail rates and typical bills for service by the municipal distributioi 
systems receiving power from the Commission. With rate changes being in 
troduced as required by the municipal electrical utilities at any time during th 
year, the total schedule of rates in effect at December 31 seemed inappropriat 
for publication in the Annual Report, for in some instances these rates would no 
be the basis for the revenues shown for the year just ended, and in others the] 
would be no guide to rates currently in effect. Readers of the Report whose 
particular interest is in rate schedules may obtain on application to the Statistica 
Department of the Consumer Service Division at the Commission's Head Office ; 
computer print-out of rates as in effect December 31, 1969, or of rates currently 
in force. 

Statement C in this Report records revenue, consumption, number of cus 
tomers, average consumption per customer, and average cost per kilowatt-hou 
for each of the three main classes of service in all the municipal systems served 
The number of customers shown is that at the end of the year under review, bu 
the calculation of average consumption per customer is based on the average o 
the numbers served at the end of the year under review and the preceding year 
The revenue and consumption from house heating and the use of flat-rate wate 
heaters are included in the totals shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt-hour: 
being estimated on the basis of 16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average cost per kilowatt-hour is the average cost to the customer, tha 
is the average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the utility. Such a statistica 
average does not represent the utility's actual cost of delivering one kilowatt-hour 
However, a comparison of this average over a number of years is some indicatior 
of the trend of cost in any one municipality, and the trend in all municipal system; 
combined may be seen in the table on page 96 and the graphs on page 97. Othei 
things being equal, the average cost per kilowatt-hour would rise with an increast 
in rates. The normal trend, however, is for consumption per customer to increase 
and residential customers in particular are using an ever-widening variety o 
electrical appliances, including fast-recovery water heaters. This increased use 
since it is billed at the lower rates usually applicable to higher-consumption block: 
of kilowatt-hours, is frequently reflected in a lower average cost per kilowatt-hour 

For industrial power service customers, the relationship between demanc 
(kilowatts required) and energy (kilowatt-hours of use) is an important factor ii 






Statement C 153 

establishing the customer's average cost per kilowatt-hour. The use of the demand 
for only a few hours will result in a relatively small total bill but a high average 
cost per kilowatt-hour; the use of the same demand for several hours will increase 
the total bill but substantially reduce the average cost per kilowatt-hour. In other 
words, the average cost per kilowatt-hour varies inversely with the customer's 
load factor. 






154 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 

In Forty Major Municipal 
(Arranged in descending order 



Municipality 



Total 
Revenue 

(including 

Street 
Lighting) 



Total 

Consumption 

(including 

Street 
Lighting) 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




kwh 


1,099,931,047 


187,943 


488 


543,618,065 


85.441 


535 


975,008,537 


115.541 


712 


789,169,378 


89.495 


738 


671,343,072 


80,437 


698 


676,486,448 


79,591 


714 


395,803,489 


60,008 


556 


315.603,500 


54,250 


487 


341,933,708 


31.987 


910 


183,490,875 


28,648 


541 


225,558,144 


22,767 


836 


227,236,799 


30,028 


641 


143,069,812 


13,914 


866 


258.056,366 


40,709 


522 


193,525,828 


32,924 


490 


134,385,105 


14,940 


755 


154,989,236 


16,205 


805 


189,023,161 


19,744 


813 


122,465,905 


18,434 


557 


109,774,408 


15,814 


580 


217,104,134 


25,578 


732 


137.332,210 


16,479 


695 


107,470,681 


13,504 


668 


162,067,082 


13,168 


1,053 


106,976,101 


16,882 


531 


121,418,501 


14,142 


723 


77,597,859 


7,973 


828 


82,241,484 


10,080 


681 


103,166,433 


12,893 


670 


79,521,216 


9,688 


725 


55,146,276 


10,926 


423 


52,313,673 


9,616 


459 


88,819,111 


9,982 


§725 


61,143,697 


7,410 


693 


77,375,743 


8,313 


784 


58,030,198 


6,919 


701 


69,487,475 


6,965 


900 


52,062,289 


4,915 


918 


54,149,832 


7.765 


576 


64,257,933 


6,257 


869 



Toronto.. 

Hamilton 

North York . . . 

Ottawa 

Etobicoke 

Scarborough . 

London* 

Windsor* 

Mississauga .... 
St. Catharines* 

Oshawa* 

Kitchener 

Oakville* 

York* 

East York 

Guelph 

Peterborough* . 
Burlington. . . . 

Brantford* 

Sarnia 

Sudbury 

Kingston 

Port Arthur* . . 
Nepean Twp. . . 
Niagara Falls. . 

Fort William . . 

Waterloo 

Gait 

North Bay* . . . 
Brampton 

Welland* 

Chatham 

Belleville* 

Woodstock* . . . 
Barrie 

Stratford* 

Gloucester Twp, 
Vaughan Twp.* 
St. Thomas*. . 
Whitby* 



57,306,436 
31,691,761 
28,055,281 
20,849,775 
20,131,886 

18,568,162 
13,663,361 
12,697,206 
12,312,210 
8,487,186 

6,933,964 
7,842,541 
6,516,115 
6,295,440 
5,280,008 

5,060,350 
4,253,956 
5,044,422 
4,036,254 
3,936,383 

4,010,689 
3,815,467 
3,086,076 
3,896,227 
3,861,029 

2,612,201 
2,931,472 
2,669,617 
2,670.382 
2.767,798 

2,662,447 
2,802,712 
2,127,539 
2,099,200 
1,904,704 

2,125,653 
1,955,123 
1,759,112 
1,745,611 
1,574,529 



kwh 
4,855,419,105 
3,665,706,683 
2,355,705,361 
1,977,918,580 
1,833.335,415 

1,594,408,363 
1,112,244,561 
1,073,259,410 
1,062,292,194 
827,237,438 

712,787,913 
700.576,098 
654,740,309 
626,257,848 
486,542,006 

42!, 213,225 
399,884,445 
395,048,135 
372,773,969 
360,705.826 

356,644.166 
339,973,299 
313,374,095 
307,902,999 
284,544,128 

264,749,932 
247,569,805 
233,238,367 
230,279,325 
216,521,361 

212,618,519 
206,095.373 
193,845,513 
186,170,348 
183,889,019 

165,756,878 
158,041,783 
156.886,500 
150.003,735 
142,161,834 



$ 

15,668,443 
6,673,423 

12,160,434 
6,495,337 
7,814,974 

8,309,239 
5,905,504 
4,729,125 
4,367,131 
2,561,123 

2,480,815 
2,575,860 
1,897,932 
2,690,426 
2,207,618 

1,837,615 
1,852,171 
2,516,784 
1.537,970 

1,513,142 

2,172,625 
1,600,248 
1,099,534 
2,115,074 
1,524,217 

1,121,551 
949,380 
1,039,953 
1,259,781 
1,122,220 

849.600 
775,474 
943,207 
777,116 
836,099 

795,681 
955,756 
667,311 
726,116 
761,600 



♦Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 174. 
0Generate rate applies to former small commercial and industrial power service customers only. 
§Estimated. 



Statement C 



155 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 

Electrical Utilities 
of total consumption) 





Commercial Service 








Industrial Power 


Service 




(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




















hly 

imption 

ustomer 


Av- 








"O 


C <u 


Av- 








erage 








Ve 3 


% a 

o O 


erage 






Cus- 


Cost 






Cus- 


Average 
Custome 
Monthly 
Loads Bi 


^ n. a 

2 5.3 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Const 
perC 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Const 
perC 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


i 


12.173,866 


830.595.570 


24,095 


2,873 


1.47 


28,184,225 


2,859,892,453 


7,395 


600.952 


32,228 


0.99 


5,062,343 


411,507.597 


9,120 


3,732 


1.23 


19,325,997 


2,687,114,499 


853 


460,185 


253,740 


0.72 


10,273,460 


872,959,299 


8,623 


8,614 


1.18 


5,103,442 


476,769,685 


1.301 


128,674 


31,272 


1.07 


13.176,752 


1,114.117,973 


11,779 


7,914 


1.18 


567,807 


55,811,229 


148 


15.185 


31,532 


1.02 


4,043,034 


317,079,941 


3,863 


6,859 


1.28 


7,640,038 


823,631,482 


1,445 


187,301 


49,008 


0.93 


5,042,703 


396,976,477 


4,325 


7,929 


1.27 


4,983.297 


500,565,878 


817 


118,711 


54,528 


1.00 


7,335,057 


701,115,632 


5,798 


10,280 


1.05 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


7.470,494 


739,813,250 


6,529 


9,502 


1.01 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,406.291 


175,172,880 


1,555 


9,738 


1.37 


5,160,059 


537,910,570 


453 


106.799 


101,761 


0.96 


5,685,592 


632.814.563 


3,147 


17,094 


0.90 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


•i: 


4,279,486 


480,150,093 


2,482 


15,657 


0.89 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,033,137 


153.963,714 


1,913 


6,863 


1.32 


2,983,131 


309,684,252 


226 


71,245 


104,270 


0.96 


4,532,717 


508,612,949 


2,124 


20,265 


0.89 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,529,682 


360,892,502 


4,160 


7,195 


0.98 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,726,022 


155,602,329 


1,910 


6,789 


1.11 


1,170,777 


131,471,157 


118 


29,820 


92,847 


0.89 


933.215 


62,136,307 


1,183 


4,499 


1.50 


2.104,365 


219,303,485 


133 


47,133 


141,122 


0.96 


2,238,370 


239,925,797 


1,945 


10,495 


0.93 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1.310,120 


97,937,702 


1,086 


7,836 


1.34 


1,142,140 


104,688,149 


204 


28,179 


43,949 


1.09 


2,363.741 


245,494,424 


2,191 


9,513 


0.96 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


899.796 


63,787,728 


927 


5,707 


1.41 


1,364,862 


182,655,210 


157 


35,111 


96,643 


0.75 


1,340,037 


109,603,605 


2,419 


3,800 


1.22 


297,003 


24,489,115 


310 


9,005 


6,604 


1.21 


1,427,821 


124,425,480 


2,803 


3,755 


1.15 


659,041 


73,779,268 


164 


17,397 


36,816 


0.89 


1,821,865 


199,960,614 


1,581 


10,441 


0.91 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,258,904 


93,723,661 


975 


8,247 


1.34 


515,025 


51,520,256 


70 


10,816 


64,080 


1.00 


1,534,681 


115,349,783 


1,170 


8,330 


1.33 


620,026 


56,938,890 


96 


14,363 


49,685 


1.09 


787,601 


77,503,120 


1,575 


3,864 


1.02 


560,101 


61,191,911 


74 


18,790 


64,548 


0.92 


665,248 


49,677,951 


996 


4,413 


1.34 


1,200,385 


116,665,332 


78 


25,187 


111,110 


1.03 


409,836 


29,959,826 


599 


4,196 


1.37 


1,125,005 


117,963,617 


149 


28,963 


64,886 


0.95 


1,360,228 


124,846,272 


1,934 


5,352 


1.09 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


762,209 


56,810,072 


767 


7,061 


1.34 


807,231 


78,304,593 


152 


17,263 


47,115 


1.03 


1,694.316 


154,395,356 


1,242 


10,426 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


769,933 


43,470,787 


1,262 


2,905 


1.77 


1.127,137 


106,455,929 


289 


26,711 


30,591 


1.06 


1,083,011 


100,872,560 


1.666 


§6,185 


1.07 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,257,995 


122,351,891 


972 


10,538 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


436,158 


34,939,282 


650 


4,592 


1.25 


617,088 


70,453,994 


343 





17,117 


0.88 


1,227,757 


104,804,000 


925 


9,427 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


719,176 


65,798,711 


422 


13,847 


1.09 


260,643 


21,548,597 


54 


6,458 


34,868 


1.21 


1.081,337 


103,958,611 


1,056 


7,826 


1.04 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


979,027 


94,729,359 


940 


10,199 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


766,245 


76,270,461 


703 


9,172 


1.00 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 



A See Introduction page 153. 



156 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Municipality- 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1969 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 





Cus- 


Consumption 


tomers 


kwh 




11,856,276 


1,458 


1,238,310 


214 


20,777,525 


3,078 


9,176,657 


970 


3,531,555 


337 


8,867,463 


1,025 


8,934,880 


1,077 


912,550 


278 


11,329,452 


1,393 


11,870,670 


1,119 


735,740 


101 


1,203,485 


170 


16,280,474 


1,739 


3,867,435 


494 


2,609,973 


346 


14,225.835 


1,670 


25,364,262 


2,848 


622,116 


88 


13,818,620 


1,463 


3,336,473 


363 


2,491,811 


290 


2,620,317 


790 


7,376,740 


734 


77,375,743 


8,313 


2,647,278 


432 


2,081,349 


248 


1,488,067 


206 


2,438,740 


326 


8,733,607 


1,291 


1.700,100 


236 


5,168,140 


616 


2,515,860 


300 


5,432,660 


882 


88,819,111 


9,982 


2,288,646 


241 


6,332,826 


1,170 


8,158,600 


944 


2,068,008 


274 


2,507,810 


313 


5,401,895 


714 



•II 

;>. a 2 

1 13 

Ml 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig. . . 

Ajax 

Alexandria*. . 
Alfred 

Alliston* 

Almonte* 

Alvinston*. . . 
Amherstburg* 
Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill*. . . 

Arkona* 

Arnprior* 

Arthur 

Athens* 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora* 

Avonmore* . . . 

Aylmer* 

Ayr 

Baden 

fBala 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay . . . 

Bath* 

Beachburg. . . . 
Beachville 
Beamsville. . . . 
fBeardmore .... 

Beaverton .... 

Beeton* 

Belle River*. . 

Belleville*. . . . 
Belmont 

Blenheim 

fBlind River. . . 
Bloomfield .... 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon*. . 



4,790 

562 

11,305 

3,027 

1,096 

3,241 

3,677 

666 

4,774 

15,254 

325 

433 

5,766 

1,308 

990 

6,211 

10,891 

229 

4,438 

1,224 

973 

x420 

2,190 

26,233 

1,452 

805 

520 

1,007 

§4,050 

787 

1,249 

1,016 

2,639 

33,093 

763 

3,420 

3,440 

717 

784 

1,272 



1,571 

239 

3,294 

1,158 

368 

1,212 
1,234 
345 
1 ,632 
1,174 

120 
205 
2,027 
558 
401 

1,826 

3,224 

108 

1,730 

437 

306 
867 
821 
9,306 
476 

278 
223 
340 
1,418 
316 

668 

359 

959 

11,648 

257 

1,318 

1,142 

297 

354 

852 



kw 
6,849 
547 
11,956 
4,812 
1 ,436 

5,037 
4,618 

490 
6,863 

3,835 

264 

428 

8,691 

2,068 

883 

4,742 
12,709 

272 
7,455 
1,545 

1,350 
1,076 
2,692 
39,750 
1,289 

804 

551 

2,804 

3,635 

579 

2,295 

995 

2,292 

40,134 

1,235 

3,096 

3,159 

727 

1,186 

2,267 



$ 
126,245 

13,305 
281,424 
108,335 

39,280 

101,081 
101,883 
15,531 
137,117 
146.492 

8,574 

14,100 

165,515 

41,560 

29,022 

197,338 

280,244 

9,100 

141,329 

38,496 

28.868 
56,655 
83,130 
836,099 
34,365 

24,471 
18,909 
24,917 
111,326 
25,709 

51,779 
28,308 
78,111 
943,207 
27,556 

76,372 
113,046 
21,465 
28,518 
75,512 



kwh 
682 
482 
587 
803 
873 

723 
691 
274 
678 
886 

607 
590 
§767 
656 
638 

712 
§745 
§535 
§763 

770 

719 
278 
843 
784 
511 

698 
601 
624 
568 
603 

712 
698 
513 
§725 
793 

456 
720 
631 
669 
630 



*Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 174. 
0General rate applies to former small commercial and industrial power service customers only. 
fRetail service provided by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
§Estimated. 
xExcluding summer population. 






Statement C 



157 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 






Cus- 


:hly 

umption 

Customer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 






Cus- 


ige of 
>mers' 
hly 
s Billed 


hly 

imption 

ustomer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Monl 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Avera 
Custc 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


i 


39,621 


2,660,625 


78 


2,898 


1.49 


184,852 


16,708,864 


35 


4,636 


38,148 


1.11 


4,598 


313,830 


19 


1,453 


1.47 


8,157 


530,740 


6 


282 


7,371 


1.54 


143,245 


11,259,764 


132 


7,302 


1.27 


357,586 


34,076,785 


84 


9,770 


33,606 


1.05 


145,543 


12,664,045 


188 


5,678 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


11,237 


746,253 


21 


2,961 


1.51 


10,824 


806,195 


10 


349 


6,718 


1.34 


154,291 


13,585,772 


187 


5,974 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


94,706 


9,687,067 


157 


5,142 


0.98 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


11,014 


672,466 


67 


856 


1.64 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


220,143 


21,569,265 


239 


7,521 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


39,877 


2,466,584 


47 


4,373 


1.62 


5,847 


488,814 


8 


141 


5,092 


1.20 


1,767 


136,120 


19 


597 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,144 


417,960 


35 


1,024 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


269,139 


29,406,321 


288 


§11,505 


0.92 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


20,063 


1,366,050 


47 


2,277 


1.47 


10,140 


635,220 


17 


356 


3,208 


1.60 


17,767 


1,308,950 


55 


2,020 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


98,136 


5,623,048 


146 


3,221 


1.75 


6,800 


500,940 


10 


173 


4,175 


1.36 


326,534 


29,659,444 


376 


§7,123 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,156 


235,690 


20 


§1,309 


1.76 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


176,331 


14,112,184 


267 


§6,426 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


15,268 


968,888 


60 


1,302 


1.58 


23,094 


1,412,099 


14 


679 


8,405 


1.64 


6,193 


424,286 


11 


2,946 


1.46 


27,202 


2,163,170 


5 


752 


36,053 


1.26 


1 5,446 


792,260 


71 


911 


1.95 


1,171 


106,300 


6 


34 


1,476 


1.10 


38,850 


2,451,056 


73 


2,723 


1.59 


11,735 


824,140 


14 


351 


4,905 


1.42 


436,158 


34,939,282 


650 


4,592 


1.25 


617,088 


70,453,994 


343 





17,117 


0.88 


26,986 


2,000,060 


41 


4,115 


1.35 


1,733 


122,800 


3 


50 


4,093 


1.41 


8,392 


628,910 


30 


1,747 


1.33 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,784 


259,972 


14 


1,605 


1.46 


8,988 


673,300 


3 


244 


16,031 


1.33 


3,284 


211,710 


12 


1,534 


1.55 


91,964 


14,131,543 


2 


2,197 


588,814 


0.65 


68,022 


5,094,755 


113 


3,808 


1.34 


15,937 


876,455 


14 


481 


5,410 


1.82 


17,916 


945,000 


78 


1,029 


1.90 


214 


9,700 


2 


9 


404 


2.21 


22,974 


2,021,140 


36 


4,679 


1.14 


23,529 


2,127,120 


16 


982 


1 1 ,436 


1.11 


19,066 


1,357,350 


59 


1,917 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


39,738 


3,128,918 


77 


3,863 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,083,011 


100,872,560 


1,666 


§6,185 


1.07 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,903 


322,700 


11 


2,445 


1.52 


41,442 


4,093,492 


5 


922 


68,225 


1.01 


56,354 


3,581,998 


117 


2,665 


1.57 


43,519 


2,939,505 


31 


1,512 


7.776 


1.48 


79,603 


4,737,150 


192 


2,067 


1.68 


47,288 


3,647,800 


6 


848 


50,664 


1.30 


8.604 


607,406 


17 


3,068 


1.42 


5,230 


297,712 


6 


216 


4.135 


1.76 


11,034 


651,682 


32 


1,697 


1.69 


20,678 


1,711,665 


9 


472 


15,849 


1.21 


40,435 


2,504,860 


138 


1,513 


1.61 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 



ASee Introduction page 153. 



158 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Municipality- 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decern 
ber 
1969 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 




kwh 


643 


801 


283 


522 


2,527 


799 


1.131 


736 


839 


739 


158 


506 


9,688 


725 


18,434 


557 


2,705 


903 


78 


555 


581 


842 


197 


404 


990 


§697 


6,158 


709 


363 


629 


374 


738 


94 


804 


300 


733 


19,744 


813 


190 


560 


860 


459 


1,167 


§717 


86 


778 


417 


720 


1,029 


780 


612 


§515 


1,672 


§629 


345 


727 


342 


§526 


264 


753 


895 


609 


9,616 


459 


178 


571 


665 


631 


410 


§665 


1,273 


506 


230 


6?1 


1,197 


619 


661 


601 


368 


616 



Bolton* 

Both well* 

Bowmanville*. . 
Bracebridge*. . . 
Bradford* 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford* 

Brantford Twp. 
Brechin* 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton* 

Brockville* 

Brussels 

Burford* 

Burgessville. . . . 
Burk's Falls*... 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia* 

Campbellford* . 
Campbellville . . 
Cannington* . . . 
Capreol 

Cardinal* 

Carleton Place* 
Casselman* 

Cayuga* 

Chalk River*. . . 

Chapleau Twp. . 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville*. . . 

Chippawa* 

Clifford 

Clinton 

tCobalt . 

Cobden 



2.452 
860 
8,273 
3,352 
2,959 

496 

38,106 

61.132 

9,298 

253 

2,228 
541 

2,780 

20,016 

859 

1.143 

298 

874 

81,205 

729 

3.044 

3,332 

258 

1.048 

3.253 

1.916 
4.908 
1,289 
1.070 
1,093 

3,616 

32,405 

398 

1.719 

1.284 

§4,300 

536 

3.321 

2.184 

901 





kw 


766 


2,781 


357 


836 


2,847 


12,693 


1,398 


4,862 


1.049 


3.457 


164 


2,060 


10,607 


46,872 


20,625 


71,793 


2,902 


11,637 


104 


231 


634 


1,937 


219 


439 


1,172 


3,188 


7,013 


27.752 


405 


1,028 


466 


1,251 


110 


360 


371 


i,620 


21,034 


86,478 


193 


456 


1,014 


2.066 


1,410 


4,933 


93 


248 


486 


1,433 


1.095 


3,232 


687 


1,440 


1,865 


5.767 


434 


1.608 


425 


1,077 


288 


768 


1.050 


2,908 


11,167 


41.677 


194 


461 


803 


1,735 


497 


2,159 


1,375 


2,715 


252 


640 


1,329 


3,615 


776 


1,872 


399 


1,207 



$ 

78,213 

22,613 

267,602 

123,608 

88,477 

11,090 

1,122,220 

1.537,970 

394,635 

5,238 

80.057 
10.514 
92,062 
643,227 
32,529 

41,766 

9,424 

30,603 

2,516,784 

14,290 

68.486 

84,763 

9,246 

38,197 

122,130 

45,779 
158,323 
34,135 
31,285 
29,058 

106,241 

775,474 

1 3,338 

56,244 

36,758 

109,935 
19,466 

107,296 
67,188 
24,105 



kwh 

6,068.251 

1.772,610 
24,222,021 
10,005,465 

7,490,890 

947,512 

79,521,216 

122,465,905 

28.936,559 

519,290 

5.726,003 

936,010 

8,646,010 

52,228,350 

2,708,500 

3,343,003 

901,590 

2,639.405 

189,023,161 

1,262,510 

4,682,145 

10.340,198 

793,371 

3,525,610 

9,540.791 

3.822,549 
12,995,901 
2,970,210 
2,272,724 
2,352,350 

6,571,430 
52,313,673 
1,230,460 
5,025,865 
3,544,252 

7,4«4,878 
1,715,941 
8,869,170 
4,659,000 
2,727,140 



*Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 1 74. 
tRetail service provided by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
§Estimated, 



Statement C 



159 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








Jl 


Av- 
erage 








•a 


hly 

amption 

ustomer 


Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


- P 01 


Cost 






Cus- 




Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
perC 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Averc 
Custc 
Mont 
Loadi 


Mont 
Consi 
perC 


per 

Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


I 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


i 


70,604 


5,611,966 


123 


3,980 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


19,763 


1,197,012 


74 


1,357 


1.65 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


314,958 


33,666,132 


320 


8,767 


0.94 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


108,253 


9,122,428 


267 


2,847 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


96,065 


7,349,677 


210 


2,917 


1.31 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,634 


112,060 


4 


2,075 


1.46 


70,857 


8,467,384 


2 


1,869 


352,807 


0.84 


762,209 


56,810,072 


767 


7,061 


1.34 


807,231 


78,304,593 


152 


17,263 


47,115 


1.03 


2,363,741 


245,494,424 


2,191 


9,513 


0.96 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


105,220 


7,595,317 


128 


5,125 


1.39 


294,832 


24,257,727 


69 


7,795 


29,728 


1.22 


4,316 


334,950 


26 


1,074 


1.29 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


31,339 


1,891,507 


46 


3,624 


1.66 


7,549 


314,600 


7 


204 


3,745 


2.40 


4,645 


354,350 


16 


1,737 


1.31 


5,143 


159,860 


6 


257 


2,220 


3.22 


53.223 


3,936.653 


182 


§3,417 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


783,967 


79,799,010 


855 


7,851 


0.98 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


11,394 


709,340 


36 


1,739 


1.61 


6,346 


318,350 


6 


191 


4,081 


1.99 


29,116 


1,939,835 


92 


1,847 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,835 


267,590 


15 


1,487 


2.18 


1,255 


27,900 


1 


54 


2,325 


4.50 


33,757 


2,583,965 


71 


3,033 


1.31 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,310,120 


97,937,702 


1,086 


7,836 


1.34 


1,142,140 


104,688,149 


204 


28,179 


43,949 


1.09 


2,308 


143,470 


3 


3,985 


1.61 














50,487 


3.695,996 


154 


2,067 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


82,269 


8,259,420 


243 


§3,374 


1.00 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,082 

15,220 


153,321 
1,308,320 


7 


1,825 
1,557 


1.36 














69 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


34,658 


2,224,140 


56 


3,340 


1.56 


18.287 


1,753,806 


10 


372 


14,615 


1.04 


13,631 


1,011,578 


75 


§1,244 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


126,430 


10,301,904 


193 


§6,110 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


30,657 


2,477,755 


89 


2,444 


1.24 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


29,151 


1,614,551 


83 


§2,233 


1.81 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,789 


693,090 


24 


2,357 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


63,722 


4,072,947 


155 


2,218 


1.56 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


769,933 


43,470,787 


1,262 


2,905 


1.77 


1,127,137 


106,455,929 


289 


26,711 


30,591 


1.06 


4,939 


327,800 


15 


1,707 


1.51 


360 


8,550 


1 


19 


713 


4.21 


23,765 


1,461,052 


110 


1,112 


1.63 


18,739 


1,313,092 


28 


519 


3.908 


1.43 


54,457 


4,962,281 


87 


§8,354 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


37.94C 


2,995,080 


102 


2,471 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,757 


343,187 


17 


1,682 


1.39 


4,020 


301,630 


5 


106 


4.189 


1.33 


60,371 


3,931,250 


106 


3,062 


1.54 


27,381 


1,804,550 


26 


743 


5,675 


1.52 


29,792 


1,591,200 


108 


1,233 


1.87 


16,309 


1,446,700 


7 


389 


17.223 


1.13 


12,177 


908,414 


26 


2,857 


1.34 


4,582 


209,240 


5 


245 


3.487 


2.19 



ASee Introduction page 153. 



160 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1969 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



£" g v> 

<- G _ 



~ 3 

c " 
O 



s5& 



Cobourg 
Cochrane., . 
Colborne*. . 
Coldwater* . 
Collingwood 

Comber* . . . 
Coniston 
Cookstown* 
Cottam*.... 
Courtright . . 

Creemore*. 
Dashwood . . 
Deep River . 
Delaware . . . 
Delhi* 

Deseronto. . 
Dorchester. . 

Drayton 

Dresden 
Drumbo. . . . 

Dryden*. . . . 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville*. . 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York . . 
Eganville . . . 
Elmira 

Elmvale* . . . 
Elmwood . . . 

Elora* 

Embro* .... 
Embrun* . . . 

fEnglehart . . . 

Erieau 

Erie Beach*. 

Erin 

Espanola . . . 



10,403 

4,749 

1,429 

748 

9,195 

640 
2,732 
749 
653 
666 

951 
395 

5,507 
449 

3,805 

1,768 
1,136 

697 
2,451 

458 

6,815 

294 

937 

16,328 

5,389 

2,343 

746 

97,625 

1,351 

4,462 

1,048 
§450 
1,766 
687 
1,360 

1,681 
x462 
x219 
1.284 
5,801 





kw 


3,629 


18,028 


1,489 


4,715 


670 


2,208 


339 


1.285 


3,739 


15,480 


242 


520 


735 


2,261 


301 


935 


260 


504 


234 


401 


393 


1,120 


194 


496 


1,534 


7,339 


156 


407 


1,665 


4,528 


628 


1,719 


385 


864 


303 


783 


986 


3,177 


179 


409 


2,216 


6,787 


128 


436 


548 


1,430 


5,283 


17,316 


2,100 


5,888 


975 


2,961 


382 


614 


34,952 


94,314 


517 


1,675 


1,516 


7,509 


475 


1,463 


156 


322 


644 


1,824 


280 


786 


397 


1,908 


660 


1,476 


388 


600 


148 


142 


508 


1,489 


1,634 


5,492 



$ 

342,692 

137,537 

54,507 

30,467 

282,929 

17,443 
77,476 
25,276 
16,272 
16,262 

27,790 

18,613 

170,966 

16,138 

87,683 

44,030 
25,995 
27,489 
61,125 
14,750 

217,178 

9,615 

35,929 

510,810 

105,898 

70,830 

23,211 

2,207,618 

34,014 

124,217 

29,536 
8,410 
61,110 
25,423 
51,415 

50,404 

22,000 

8.127 

48,199 

183,473 



kwh 

30,342,396 
9,660,463 
4,857,059 
2,809,090 

24,923.578 

1.248,010 
6,342,300 
2,369,815 
1,192,260 
1,021,050 

2,543,330 
1,357,230 
17,204,712 
1,334,660 
8,001,922 

3,980,743 
2,337,390 
2,070,170 
4,774,104 
1,391,757 

16,944,492 
822,430 

3,293,290 
37,443,756 

8,558,768 

6,204,565 

1,524,263 

193,525,828 

2,986,270 

11,445,161 

2,772,174 
794,170 
4,530,748 
2,273,390 
3,978,610 

3,294,600 

1,931,420 

441,270 

4,387,590 

15,483.535 



3,296 

1.243 

550 

287 

3,423 

218 
711 
267 
213 
217 

327 
182 

1,399 
147 

1,365 

592 
364 
270 
900 
173 

1,933 

110 

486 

4,905 

1,772 

881 

357 

32,924 

460 

1,373 

371 
147 
572 
227 
331 

548 
354 
145 
465 
1,531 



kwh 
778 
663 
736 
836 
630 

475 
748 
740 
466 
391 

648 
621 
1,033 
762 
499 

562 

537 
658 
445 
673 

§699 
626 

571 
647 
§392 

595 
367 
490 
540 
702 

623 
458 
695 
846 
§975 

502 
457 
256 
793 
854 



*Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 1 74. 

fRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

§Estimated. 

xExcluding summer population. 



Statement C 



161 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Average of 
Customers' 
Monthly 
Loads Billed 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


t 


273,681 


22,471,229 


311 


6,012 


1.22 


335,991 


41,022,848 


22 


8,557 


162,789 


0.82 


91,973 


5,913,929 


235 


2,152 


1.56 


52,262 


5,274,635 


11 


984 


39,959 


0.99 


46,469 


3,205,826 


120 


2,226 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


24,517 


1,771,068 


52 


2,733 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


146,367 


11,548,051 


262 


3,936 


1.27 


419,365 


45,145,601 


54 


10,981 


54,131 


0.93 


10,908 


693,204 


24 


2,357 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,790 


595,960 


17 


2,921 


1.64 


7,792 


419,330 


7 


205 


5,824 


1.86 


8,216 


520,764 


34 


1,276 


1.58 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


8,348 


511,190 


47 


906 


1.63 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


7,994 


521,200 


14 


3,102 


1.53 


731 


73,950 


3 


16 


2,465 


0.99 


14,609 


1,004,380 


66 


1,268 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,860 


163,120 


8 


1,699 


1.75 


11,607 


646,740 


4 


302 


13,474 


1.79 


120,665 


9,121,234 


130 


5,892 


1.32 


14,177 


1,097,180 


5 


473 


18,286 


1.29 


4,577 


240,270 
9,339,228 


9 

300 


2,225 
2,634 


1.90 
1.30 














121,641 


* 


* 


" "* " 


* 


* 


* 


13,616 


976,068 


23 


3,461 


1.39 


28,480 


2,168,160 


13 


817 


13,898 


1.31 


5,277 


294,670 


17 


1,488 


1.79 


6,217 


336,740 


4 


214 


7,015 


1.85 


7,392 


453,317 


30 


1,303 


1.63 


4,641 


205,400 


3 


135 


5,706 


2.26 


34,689 


2,189,030 


63 


2,764 


1.58 


93,532 


7,247,824 


23 


2,452 


26,260 


1.29 


1,813 


91,530 


5 


1,387 


1.98 


310 


14,300 


1 


11 


794 


2.17 


151,706 


10,667,572 


283 


§5,102 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,711 


465,595 


16 


2,425 


1.44 


7,393 


305,500 


2 


197 


12,729 


2.42 


16,197 


1,060,332 


46 


1,986 


1.53 


16,305 


1.139,793 


16 


571 


5,936 


1.43 


234,860 


16,075,682 


268 


5,055 


1.46 


216,027 


17,524,766 


110 


5,735 


13,460 


1.23 


210,064 


17,826,807 


328 


§5,543 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


32,802 


2,350,341 


70 


2,798 


1.40 


39,315 


2,916,870 


24 


1,216 


10,128 


1.35 


8,860 


605,892 


18 


2,657 


1.46 


3,485 


92,409 


7 


160 


1,100 


3,77 


1,726,022 


155,602,329 


1,910 


6,789 


1.11 


1,170,777 


131,471,157 


118 


29,820 


92,847 


0.89 


24,957 


1,631,854 


49 


2,641 


1.53 


18,977 


1,447,338 


8 


506 


15,076 


1.31 


60,662 


4,010,025 


99 


3,342 


1.51 


183,623 


18,981,301 


44 


4,726 


36,363 


0.97 


36,765 


2,664,518 


104 


2,135 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,002 


133,226 


8 


1,234 


1.50 


2,136 


88,000 


1 


74 


7,333 


2.43 


35,637 


2,474,271 


72 


2,678 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,244 


674,479 


53 


1.091 


1.52 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


30,089 


1,980,995 


66 


§4,197 


1.52 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


32,702 


1,838,200 


106 


1,445 


1.78 


8,633 


757,300 


6 


186 


11,474 


1.14 


7,357 


508,080 


30 


1,411 


1.45 


6,599 


278,950 


4 


211 


5,811 


2.37 


448 


23,190 


3 


387 


1.93 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,568 


1,184,950 


34 


2,904 


1.40 


14,161 


642,664 


9 


799 


6,694 


2.20 


64,109 


4,807,835 


97 


4,379 


1.33 


5,354 


340,500 


6 


156 


5,159 


1.57 



ASee Introduction page 153. 



162 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 





Peak 




Load 




Decem- 


Total 


ber 


Customers 


1969 




kw 


1,324 


3,621 


85,745 


350,506 


1,407 


4,058 


878 


2,600 


1,818 


9,975 


182 


432 


262 


933 


909 


2,290 


959 


2,676 


15,791 


52,520 


691 


1,881 


10,828 


47,107 


4,865 


19,062 


1,160 


2,320 


623 


1,310 


7,441 


34,435 


2,726 


9,740 


869 


936 


378 


1,184 


128 


284 


1,513 


4,145 


2,320 


5,773 


16,256 


84,849 


895 


2,983 


1,071 


3,017 


95,414 


612,267 


1,932 


8,279 


738 


2,227 


770 


2,809 


443 


942 


481 


1,139 


2,564 


11,009 


960 


4,896 


393 


1,284 


1,906 


9,658 


178 


427 


98 


207 


1,366 


4,689 


2,595 


8,314 


446 


1,499 



Residential Service 
including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




kwh 


8,045,375 


1,096 


612 


671,343,072 


80,437 


698 


10,994,282 


1,237 


739 


5,554,150 


746 


616 


13,446,369 


1,658 


693 


904,411 


140 


556 


1,747,290 


194 


§726 


6,487,673 


822 


625 


7,269,434 


876 


699 


121,418,501 


14,142 


723 


5,368,073 


590 


§736 


82,241,484 


10,080 


681 


33,332,869 


4,463 


§628 


5,719,000 


962 


494 


2,781,270 


557 


425 


69,487,475 


6,965 


900 


18,004,272 


2,501 


607 


2,955,970 


752 


325 


2,596,980 


347 


631 


787,250 


108 


605 


9,406,932 


1,284 


615 


13,254,446 


2,101 


525 


134,385,105 


14,940 


755 


4,337,814 


704 


522 


7,232,460 


895 


686 


543,618,065 


85,441 


535 


13,152,679 


1,657 


668 


4,716,224 


604 


658 


5,974,475 


614 


823 


2,235,660 


371 


515 


3,138,218 


447 


588 


19,718,092 


2,320 


721 


8.882,739 


868 


881 


2,500,730 


324 


645 


11,614,182 


1,688 


586 


731,790 


158 


388 


549,540 


79 


580 


8,957,030 


1,124 


664 


13,126,562 


2,265 


491 


3,707,720 


373 


828 



Essex* 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls* . 
Fergus 

Finch* 

Flesherton* 

Fonthill* 

Forest 

Fort William . . 

Frankford*. . . . 

Gait 

Georgetown*. . . 

fGeraldton 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 

Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley . . 
Granton 

Gravenhurst* . . 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville*. . 
fHaileybury 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston* 

Harrow* 

Hastings* 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury* . . 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler* 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville* 
Ingersoll* 

Iroquois* 



3,839 
268.130 
3,179 
1,464 
5,191 

409 

551 

§2,950 

2,246 

§49,000 

1,843 

36,330 

15,465 

3,091 

1,276 

28,103 

6,698 

x633 

872 

351 

3,283 

§6,800 

55,625 

2,259 

3,104 

294,707 

4,984 

1,694 

1,938 

858 

1,261 
8,927 
3,385 
935 
6,082 

406 

168 

3,359 

7,330 

1,185 



$ 

101,851 
7,814,974 
133,713 
69,244 
166,943 

10,947 
16,652 
79,667 
80,139 
1,121,551 

59,080 

1,039,953 

423,784 

90,285 

35,931 

955,756 
219,037 

53,615 
28,131 
10,950 

105,325 

165,915 

1,837,615 

59,748 

102,096 

6,673,423 

155,160 

62,387 

74.698 

29,815 

33,696 
236,052 
106,168 

30.642 
156,720 

8,209 

5,924 

102,853 

193,991 

37,966 



*Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 1 74. 

fRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

^Estimated. 

xExcluding summer population. 






Statement C 



163 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water- heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








hly 

jmption 

Customer 


Av- 
erage 








tS'e 1 


II 


Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


Cost 






Cus- 


111™ 


»*. o< 2 

— P to 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Const 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Custc 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Const 
perC 


per 
KwhA 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


i 


95,899 


7,192,767 


228 


2,629 


1.33 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,043,034 


317,079,941 


3,863 


6,859 


1.28 


7,640,038 


823,631,482 


1,445 


187,301 


49.008 


0.93 


42,635 


2,627,583 


123 


1,787 


1.62 


60,927 


4,070,668 


47 


1,672 


7,142 


1.50 


51,887 


3,490,740 


132 


2,246 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


45,288 


2,729,360 


116 


1.961 


1.66 


284,257 


25,410,766 


44 


7,320 


49,246 


1.12 


8,807 


544,300 


42 


1.080 


1.62 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


24,708 


1,997,120 


68 


§2.845 


1.24 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


33,539 


2,357,723 


87 


2,258 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


35,141 


2,511,436 


64 


3,220 


1.40 


23,676 


1,551,093 


19 


773 


6,629 


1.53 


787,601 


77,503,120 


1,575 


3,864 


1.02 


560,101 


61,191.911 


74 


18,790 


64,548 


0.92 


17,989 


1,410,634 


101 


§1,466 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


409,836 


29,959,826 


599 


4.196 


1.37 


1,125,005 


117.963.617 


149 


28,963 


64.886 


0.95 


470,688 


45,700,754 


402 


§10,013 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


70,012 


4,159,400 


184 


1.879 


1.68 


2,945 


164.300 


14 


81 


1,014 


1.79 


22,559 


1,376,765 


48 


2,295 


1.64 


20,357 


1,014,770 


18 


666 


4,451 


2.01 


719,176 


65,798,711 


422 


13,847 


1.09 


260,643 


21.548,597 


54 


6,458 


34,868 


1.21 


73,064 


5,053.438 


154 


2,657 


1.45 


263,458 


24,486.109 


71 


6,680 


30,455 


1.08 


34,379 


2,074,590 
597,360 


117 

25 


1,478 
2,074 


1.66 
1.68 














10,035 


4,532 


278,080 


6 


174 


3,862 


1.63 


2,659 


130,430 


18 


639 


2.04 


396 


9,600 


2 


15 


400 


4.13 


87,974 


7,426,506 


229 


2.738 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 




115,723 


8,125,612 


192 


3.545 


1.42 


35,745 


2,135.960 


27 


1,147 


6,846 


1.67 


933,215 


62,136,307 


1,183 


4,499 


1.50 


2,104,365 


219,303,485 


133 


47,133 


141,122 


0.96 


98,100 


7,095,681 


191 


3,145 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


60,289 


3,342,000 


166 


1,703 


1.80 


9,854 


858,900 


10 


227 


7,158 


1.15 


5.062,343 


411,507.597 


9,120 


3,732 


1.23 


19,325,997 


2,687,114,499 


853 


460,185 


253,740 


0.72 


80,188 


5,879,807 


235 


2,089 


1.36 


145,985 


13,210,864 


40 


4,119 


27,871 


1.11 


64,862 


5,143,880 


134 


3,260 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


65,935 


4,917,080 


156 


2.577 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


22,440 


1,662,661 


72 


1,965 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


13,548 


1,017,730 


31 


2,650 


1.33 


1 ,633 


150,800 


3 


44 


4,189 


1.08 


275,557 


23,075,829 


244 


7.312 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


52,375 


3,537,655 


75 


3,984 


1.48 


69,863 


5,543,692 


17 


1,830 


30,798 


1.26 


14,317 


874,660 


52 


1,443 


1.64 


34,117 


2.242.850 


17 


886 


11,328 


1.52 


313,124 


30,217,337 


218 


11.934 


1.04 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,462 


252,475 


17 


1.202 


1.37 


8,516 


332.864 


3 


220 


9,246 


2.56 


1,138 


61,750 


17 


294 


1.84 


787 


36,300 


2 


17 


1,513 


2.17 


125,683 


11.711,696 


242 


4,033 


1.07 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


289,193 


28,012,236 


330 


7,117 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


31,506 


2,409,941 


73 


2,751 


1.31 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 



ASee Introduction page 153. 



164 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Municipality- 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 

Customers 



Peak 

Load 

Decern 

ber 

1969 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



l fa 



Aa 



Jarvis* 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station* 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville* 

Kirkfield 

fKirkland Lake (including 

Swastika) 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark* 

Lancaster* 

Larder Lake Twp 

Latchford* 

Leamington* 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London* 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan* 

Markdale* 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey* 

fMattawa* 

Maxville* 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville* 

Midland* 



919 

12,183 

2,233 

12,973 

768 

2,747 

1,941 

55,495 

3,815 

111 



§18,000 

105,245 

2,079 

2,719 

903 

596 

1,512 

535 

9,700 

11,975 

4,485 
208,273 
1,351 
1,079 
1,008 

574 
1,267 

205 
1,094 
9,124 

1,289 

377 

1,287 

2,924 

761 

1,930 

4,112 

633 

839 

10,982 



353 
2,356 
1,000 
4,611 

304 

1,437 

555 

19,446 

1,564 

116 



5,920 

32,167 

858 

824 

301 

226 

487 

166 

3,678 

4,512 

1,816 

65,806 

437 

407 

486 

183 
626 
119 
531 
2,885 

534 
123 
401 
787 
329 

413 

1,728 

290 

370 

3,758 



kw 

692 

7,517 

3,657 

12,349 

695 

3,946 

1,931 

68,993 

4,347 

216 



12,726 
143,554 

2,757 

2,143 

820 

650 
1,173 

469 
11,896 
19,045 

6,473 
224,054 
1,206 
1,259 
1,340 

642 

1,864 

220 

1,428 

12,545 

1,558 
248 
1,248 
2,811 
1,017 

1,104 

5,556 

611 

935 

15,328 



$ 

20,455 
218,711 
100,151 
338,837 

18,771 

104,830 

67,049 

1,600,248 

111,889 

8,929 



446,679 

2,575,860 

72,766 

83,239 

19,164 

16,395 

42,430 

11,872 

244,372 

349,292 

139,601 

5,905,504 

36,275 

40,501 

29,973 

17,192 

40,259 

5,873 

35,978 

340,012 

47,009 

6,820 

40,229 

101,981 

22,624 

37,526 

133,341 

15,937 

27,845 

279,665 



kwh 

1,376,270 
17,411,793 

8,117,687 
31,467,434 

1,399,560 

9,985,872 

5,685,007 

137,332,210 

9,034,520 

685,540 



31,495,800 

227,236,799 

6,753,940 

6,320,510 

1,804,961 

1,462,830 

3,617,670 

985,945 

18,299,895 

32,086,080 

13,406,814 

395,803,489 

3,015,445 

3,258,010 

2,910,810 

1,650,980 

4,272,843 

427,949 

3,330,240 

26,098,267 

3,872,549 
604,730 
3,155,402 
6,800,380 
2,071.139 

3,265,354 

10,372,326 

1,439,910 

2,281,034 

25,200,920 



269 
2,180 

924 
4,219 

258 

1,297 

527 

16,479 

1,327 

110 



5,035 

30,028 

768 

794 

260 

179 

434 

150 

3,070 

3,848 

1,638 

60,008 

406 

373 

388 

175 

546 

88 

429 

2,660 

488 
106 
341 

675 
258 

372 

1,474 

223 

312 

3,315 



kwh 

§422 
676 
758 
623 

§442 

656 
891 
695 

573 
519 



523 
641 
735 
661 
579 

687 
711 
§555 
500 
702 

685 
556 
617 

737 
628 

786 
652 
405 
653 
859 

662 

475 
785 
817 
674 

728 
598 
545 
609 
644 



*Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 174. 
tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
§Estimated. 



Statement C 



165 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








hly 

jmption 

:ustomer 


Av- 
erage 








•a 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


Cost 






Cus- 


Average 
Custome 
Monthly 
Loads Bi 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


i 


16,388 


961,854 


64 


§1,382 


1.70 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


137,927 


8,774,613 


150 


4,859 


1.57 


9,730 


756,840 


26 


297 


2,426 


1.29 


68,093 


4.956,347 


64 


6,608 


1.37 


29,958 


1,788,299 


12 


802 


12,419 


1.68 


261,450 


15,883,475 


291 


4,921 


1.65 


55,861 


3,610,280 


101 


1,447 


3,118 


1.55 


10,995 


801,030 


46 


§1,669 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


43,555 


2,907,640 


112 


2,203 


1.50 


35,677 


2,436,890 


28 


983 


7,663 


1.46 


26,899 


2,111,346 


24 


7,487 


1.27 


2,774 


218,551 


4 


887 


4,553 


1.27 


1,427,821 


124,425,480 


2,803 


3,755 


1.15 


659,041 


73,779,268 


164 


17,397 


36,816 


0.89 


91.738 


7,018,528 


237 


2,505 


1.31 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,184 


55,579 


6 


713 


2.13 














265,304 


18,611,700 


859 


1,778 


1.43 


25,776 


2,226,700 


26 


635 


7,002 


1.16 


2,033,137 


153,963,714 


1,913 


6,863 


1.32 


2,983,131 


309,684,252 


226 


71,245 


104,270 


0.96 


54,262 


3,677,449 


79 


3,980 


1.48 


10,949 


826,992 


11 


303 


6,892 


1.32 


20,911 


1,377,458 


28 


4,174 


1.52 


2,801 


215,332 


2 


61 


8,972 


1.30 


15,062 


1,004,503 


41 


2,042 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,216 


821,490 


47 


1,505 


1.24 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


12,148 


740,940 


49 


1,223 


1.64 


1,520 


134,210 


4 


30 


2,796 


1.13 


6,476 


508,960 


16 


§3,534 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


385,878 


37,436,449 


608 


5,256 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


536,866 


58,029,613 


664 


7,360 


0.93 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


96,903 


7,450,160 


151 


4,326 


1.30 


64,657 


5,693,925 


27 


1,922 


16,648 


1.14 


7,335,057 


701,115,632 


5,798 


10,280 


1.05 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


19,472 


1,383,601 


29 


4,046 


1.41 


785 


17,855 


2 


47 


744 


4.40 


14,901 


1,049,890 


26 


2,734 


1.42 


6,952 


367,995 


8 


213 


3,608 


1.89 


15,697 


1,062,870 


88 


973 


1.48 


19,999 


1,000,550 


10 


513 


7,940 


2.00 


2,552 


200,520 


5 


3,342 


1.27 


6,430 


530,675 


3 


206 


14,741 


1.21 


27,542 


2,106,831 


70 


2,508 


1.31 


6,133 


411,751 


10 


223 


3,268 


1.49 


3,780 


279.375 


31 


728 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


29,502 


2,191,125 


102 


1,844 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


128,435 


8,965,740 


198 


4,209 


1.43 


120,375 


11,287,032 


27 


2,965 


34,837 


1.07 


17,212 


1,130,492 


40 


2,479 


1.52 


3,531 


272,020 


6 


88 


3,778 


1.30 


2,692 


185,170 


15 


1.029 


1.45 


628 


10,650 


2 


43 


444 


5.90 


15,304 


1,217,566 


60 


1,677 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


71,952 


5,021,920 


112 


3,532 


1.43 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


26,761 


1,904,190 


71 


2,235 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


11,194 


666,229 


39 


1,406 


1.68 


1,748 


150,410 


2 


49 


6,267 


1.16 


70,011 


4,893,365 


219 


1,892 


1.43 


97,662 


7,786,269 


35 


2,239 


18,278 


1.25 


12,280 


779,248 


61 


1,065 


1.58 


10,192 


432,490 


6 


268 


6,007 


2.36 


18,045 


1,344,094 


58 


1,931 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


455,766 


46,765,930 


443 


9,032 


0.97 


, 


* 


* 


* 


* 





ASee Introduction page 153. 






166 



Municipal Electrical Service 






CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 





Peak 




Load 




Decem- 


Total 


ber 


Customers 


1969 




kw 


374 


823 


347 


828 


2,073 


10,152 


526 


1,325 


33,995 


2 1 1 ,600 


1,046 


3,352 


155 


487 


812 


2,343 


453 


920 


1,283 


3,833 


1,829 


5,287 


14,213 


71,630 


229 


630 


174 


272 


210 


450 


149 


382 


620 


2,206 


954 


3,613 


1,915 


6,083 


3,403 


12,876 


1,193 


2,762 


18,148 


57,877 


805 


2,455 


14,827 


51,367 


125,465 


495,052 


723 


1,362 


447 


1,125 


16,038 


114,552 


261 


486 


321 


692 


2,565 


8,797 


7,586 


29,300 


413 


1,127 


25,249 


129,910 


101,422 


393,552 


300 


624 


6,464 


23,673 


340 


998 


721 


2,059 


2,260 


5,771 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




kwh 


2,666,453 


339 


669 


2,646,610 


328 


678 


14,877,445 


1,730 


743 


3,197,212 


457 


604 


341,933,708 


31,987 


910 


6,516,706 


881 


624 


964,720 


142 


578 


5,956,357 


682 


§712 


2,359,630 


419 


480 


9,982,090 


1,052 


§756 


10,710,820 


1,533 


582 


162,067,082 


13,168 


1,053 


1,509,160 


189 


669 


783,580 


152 


434 


1,291,543 


177 


§619 


607,850 


137 


368 


4,897,514 


558 


743 


8,542,692 


872 


830 


12,716,500 


1,591 


671 


24,189,472 


2,940 


711 


7,898,001 


1,101 


601 


106,976,101 


16,882 


531 


5,448,471 


665 


692 


103,166,433 


12,893 


670 


975,008,537 


115,541 


712 


4,099,020 


614 


559 


3,243,603 


413 


661 


143,069,812 


13,914 


866 


903,990 


184 


§382 


2,030,553 


295 


563 


16,316,850 


2,193 


623 


50,311,795 


6,692 


640 


3,153,163 


379 


707 


225,558,144 


22,767 


836 


789,169,378 


89,495 


738 


1,760,042 


262 


562 


54,313,746 


6,014 


756 


2,058,150 


272 


648 


4,727,935 


649 


611 


11,770,816 


1,971 


§500 



Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton* 

Milverton 

Mississauga. . . . 

Mitchell* 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg* . . . 
Mount Brydges 
Mount Forest* . 

Napanee* 

Nepean Twp. . . 

Neustadt 

Newboro* 

Newburgh* 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg . 

fNew Liskeard . . 

Newmarket* . . . 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls . . 
Nipigon Twp.* . 

North Bay* 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville* 

Oil Springs*. . . . 
Omemee 

Orangeville* . . . 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa* 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound . . 

Paisley* 

Palmerston . . . . 
Paris* 



973 

897 

6,611 

1,106 

132,041 

2,461 
290 
2,007 
1,184 
2,962 

4,514 

56,560 

571 

270 

606 

296 
1,688 
2,816 
5,336 
9,904 

§3,100 

§58,000 

2,618 

44,574 
441,401 

1,753 

1,103 

55,531 

529 

850 

7,148 
21,153 

1,000 

85,003 

325,314 

775 

18,346 

732 

1,691 

6.467 



$ 

31,083 

34,644 

161,796 

41,845 

4,367,131 

79,553 
12,261 
68,056 
31,187 
108,521 

125,375 

2,115,074 

17,440 

11,629 

17,707 

7,749 

63,102 

96,490 

176,578 

276,941 

92,546 
1,524,217 

62,406 

1,259,781 

12,160,434 

46,831 
32,881 
1,897,932 
11,623 
25,761 

217,993 

576,194 

41,033 

2,480,815 

6,495,337 

20,842 

596,744 

21,971 

62,945 

161,913 



*Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 1 74. 
tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
§Estimated. 






Statement C 



167 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 






Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 












11 


Av- 
erage 








V 
'S'B 3 


hly 

amption 

ustomer 


Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


J3 5 3 


Cost 






Cus- 


Average 
Custome 
Monthly 
Loads Bi 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


i 


8,154 


478,685 


28 


1,451 


1.70 


3.791 


205,560 


7 


140 


2,447 


1.84 


9,666 


523,162 


19 


2,236 


1.85 














280,014 


29,102,152 


343 


7,823 


0.96 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


25,653 


1,410,889 


52 


2,218 


1.82 


15,351 


764,938 


17 


459 


3,541 


2.01 


2,406,291 


175,172,880 


1,555 


9,738 


1.37 


5,169,059 


537,910,570 


453 


106,799 


101,761 


0.96 


99,344 


8,153,401 


165 


4.105 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,831 


147,080 


11 


1,114 


1.92 


9,004 


659,000 


2 


186 


27,458 


1.37 


54,882 


4,051,892 


130 


§2,968 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,140 


553,420 


28 


1,677 


1.65 


9,291 


646,290 


6 


252 


8,976 


1.44 


70,052 


5,052,745 


231 


§2,477 


1.39 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


146.069 


12,018,182 


296 


3,383 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,258,904 


93,723,661 


975 


8,247 


1.34 


515,025 


51,520,256 


70 


10,816 


64,080 


1.00 


4,332 


322,785 


38 


708 


1.34 


3,472 


134,200 


2 


135 


5,592 


2.59 


2,945 


200,570 


22 


796 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,316 


501,708 


33 


§1.394 


2.06 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,922 


507,410 


10 


4,228 


1.17 


3,471 


132,600 


2 


129 


5,525 


2.62 


17,840 


1,080,040 


46 


1,957 


1.65 


21,140 


1,455,384 


16 


517 


8,085 


1.45 


28,360 


1,837,027 


56 


2,758 


1.54 


33,046 


2,242,625 


26 


913 


7,475 


1.47 


153,202 


9,372,800 


304 


2,604 


1.63 


62,736 


4,651,200 


20 


1,433 


19,380 


1.35 


354,841 


30,351,475 


463 


6,143 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


40,720 


2,781,210 


74 


3,111 


1.46 


16,216 


1,098,170 


18 


419 


5,084 


1.48 


1,534,681 


115,349,783 


1,170 


8,330 


1.33 


620,026 


56,938,890 


96 


14,363 


49,685 


1 09 


78,808 


7,238,280 


140 


4,248 


1.09 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,360,228 


124,846,272 


1,934 


5,352 


1.09 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,273,460 


872,959,299 


8,623 


8,614 


1.18 


5,103,442 


476,769,685 


1,301 


128,674 


31,272 


1.07 


19,371 


1,069,756 


97 


901 


1.81 


5,932 


457,231 


12 


155 


3,175 


1.30 


10,237 


801,495 


31 


2,190 


1.28 


5,276 


362,415 


3 


189 


10,067 


1.46 


4,532,717 


508,612,949 


2,124 


20,265 


0.89 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,347 


1,466,930 


77 


§2.117 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,525 


550,984 


25 


1,996 


1.91 


4,174 


379,774 


1 


78 


15,824 


1.10 


208,492 


16,021,852 


372 


3,623 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


318,310 


24,585,360 


754 


2.732 


1.29 


545,413 


52,909,215 


140 


20,004 


31,950 


1.03 


12,263 


751,769 


26 


2,557 


1.63 


12,548 


786.820 


8 


304 


10,087 


1.59 


4,279,486 


480,150,093 


2,482 


15,657 


0.89 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


13,176,752 


1,114,117,973 


11,779 


7,914 


1.18 


567,807 


55,811,229 


148 


15,185 


31,532 


1.02 


6,751 


387,140 


32 


1,008 


1.74 


5,871 


239,210 


6 


173 


3,067 


2.45 


223,767 


17,960,954 


317 


4.729 


1.25 


416,791 


50,925,550 


133 


11,822 


31,436 


0.82 


18,557 


1,337,937 


68 


1,604 


1.39 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


34,460 


2,156,022 


55 


3,152 


1.60 


11,469 


720,635 


17 


421 


3,640 


1.59 


178,222 


17,157,415 


289 


§4,965 


1.04 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 



ASee Introduction page 153. 






168 



Municipal Electrical Service 






CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1969 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kwh 




kwh 


3,250,490 


463 


585 


18,647,621 


2,019 


773 


37,297,170 


4,405 


703 


11,903,145 


1,348 


745 


12,951,624 


1,823 


592 


154,989,236 


16,205 


805 


7,362,540 


1,269 


494 


4,812,609 


594 


§677 


12,734,482 


1,569 


684 


1,996,011 


210 


790 


1,449,080 


168 


721 


4,094,970 


803 


428 


107,470,681 


13,504 


668 


1,320,370 


386 


280 


3,072,800 


530 


488 


27,632,266 


5,021 


460 


15,931,699 


2,335 


574 


6,681,900 


1,343 


§401 


9,794,634 


1,193 


701 


24,354,562 


2,662 


§730 


4,033,580 


622 


550 


9,200,257 


911 


843 


1,304,150 


282 


385 


5,684,420 


1,106 


424 


3,541,800 


326 


908 


13,063,776 


1,815 


601 


32,113,279 


4,171 


660 


322,270 


68 


395 


1,304,217 


143 


771 


1,811,401 


184 


820 


3,306,400 


406 


689 


2,973,206 


351 


708 


23,506,046 


2,723 


727 


5,663,030 


546 


§895 


42,785,959 


4,879 


§725 


4,878,983 


976 


417 


1,682,740 


212 


668 


6,865,425 


858 


675 


3,061,192 


327 


784 


1,932,262 


367 


439 



Parkhill 

Parry Sound .... 

Pembroke* 

Penetanguishene* 
Perth* 

Peterborough*. . . 

Petrolia 

Pickering* 

Picton 

Plantagenet* .... 

Plattsville* 

Point Edward. . . 
Port Arthur* .... 

Port Burwell 

fPort Carling .... 

Port Colborne*. . 

Port Credit* 

Port Dover* 

Port Elgii 

Port Hope* 

Port McNicoll*. . 

Port Perry* 

Port Rowan* 

Port Stanley .... 
tPowassan 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton* 

Queenston 

Rainy River. . . . 

Red Rock* 

Renfrew 

Richmond* 

Richmond Hill*. 

Ridge town 

Ripley 

Rockland* 

Rockwood 

Rodney* 



1,119 
5,736 
15,685 
5,109 
5,539 

55,341 

3,918 

2,116 

4,703 

883 

560 

2,834 

§47,000 

670 

x526 

§18,500 
8,573 
3,348 
2,224 
8,632 

1,297 

2,827 

843 

xl.551 

1,071 

5,428 

15,089 

126 

427 

§560 

1,111 
1,898 
9,138 
1,862 
19,577 

2,794 
406 

3,486 
985 

1,060 



529 
2,254 
5,124 
1,558 
2,176 

18,150 

1,488 

672 

1,891 

258 

208 
921 
15,085 
408 
611 

5,628 
2,931 
1,585 
1,324 
3,052 

649 
1,069 

368 
1,134 

410 

1,949 

4,509 

74 

191 

190 

441 
382 

3,018 
598 

5,538 

1,167 
232 
963 
338 
456 



kw 
1,419 
7,600 
15,029 

5,157 
6,949 

77,942 
3,850 
1,681 
5,891 
1,219 

1,106 

7,566 

63,600 

402 
904 

16,368 

19,448 

2,961 

3,350 

12,266 

2,066 
3,613 
640 
1,705 
1,548 

5,884 

17,434 

112 

493 

510 

1,393 

1,200 

10,028 

2,194 
20,552 

2,800 
648 

2,805 
949 
910 



$ 

39,184 
210,566 
460,849 
130,108 
159,561 

1,852,171 
100,959 

64,011 
160,469 

26,500 

14,903 
58,784 
1,099,534 
26.523 
52,923 

404,262 
195,549 
89,861 
117,610 
295,442 

45,721 
105,553 
18,808 
86,103 
45,495 

122,456 

397,916 

5,340 

12,727 

16,820 

44,929 
34,056 

237,508 
62,545 

515,357 

68,076 
18.017 
86,005 
40,022 
27,768 



*Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 174. 

fRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Cemmission of Ontario. 

^Estimated. 

xExcluding summer population. 



Statement C 



169 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 






Cus- 


thly 

umption 

:ustomer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 






Cus- 


ige of 
>mers' 
hly 
s Billed 


hly 

imption 

ustomer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mom 
Cons 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Averz 
Custc 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Const 
perC 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


i 


19,883 


1,169,810 


48 


2,010 


1.70 


23,146 


1,278,650 


18 


661 


6,458 


1.81 


117,286 


8,261,479 


204 


3.375 


1.42 


46,996 


4,112,043 


31 


1,247 


11,054 


1.14 


474,761 


33,116,618 


719 


3,957 


1.43 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


117.259 


11,187,873 


210 


4,570 


1.05 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


191,747 


17,614.874 


353 


4,158 


1.09 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,238,370 


239,925,797 


1,945 


10,495 


0.93 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


78,066 


4,509,760 


188 


1,968 


1.73 


74,868 


3,480,170 


31 


1.882 


8,530 


2.15 


33,578 


2,624,783 


78 


§2,916 


1.28 


* 


* 


¥ 


* 


* 


* 


96,976 


7,151,770 


288 


2,099 


1.36 


40,875 


3,717,542 


34 


1,142 


9,112 


1.10 


28,493 


2,208,126 


48 


3,794 


1.29 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


35,824 


3,248,843 


40 


6,685 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


80,087 


6,010,370 


100 


5,190 


1.33 


244,988 


24,285,000 


18 


6,259 


119,044 


1.01 


1,821,865 


199,960,614 


1,581 


10,441 


0.91 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


8,340 


510,310 


21 


1,810 


1.63 


144 


2,230 


1 


9 


124 




24,360 


1,177,000 


74 


1,344 


2.07 


1,676 


125,600 


7 


93 


1,495 


1.33 


542,403 


53,378,929 


607 


7,286 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


882.665 


107,857,623 


596 


16,268 


0.82 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


80,823 


5,820,542 


242 


§2,540 


1.39 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


43,700 


2,761,630 


114 


2,028 


1.58 


36,338 


2,495,622 


17 


922 


12,604 


1.46 


352,062 


31,885,700 


390 


§9,733 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


22,741 


1,199,760 


27 


3,703 


1.90 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


61,881 


4,947,169 


158 


2,695 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


12,493 


790,790 


86 


766 


1.58 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


8,440 


504,746 


14 


2,804 


1.67 


9,892 


504,870 


14 


353 


2,805 


1.96 


26,710 


1,772,600 


78 


1,875 


1.51 


1,276 


58,900 


6 


43 


982 


2.17 


69,261 


5,422,634 


116 


3,999 


1.28 


61,669 


6.155.018 


18 


1.932 


27,725 


1.00 


137,179 


8,824,351 


199 


3,850 


1.55 


476,323 


42,459.005 


139 


13,351 


25,273 


1.12 


884 


22,090 
620,133 


6 

48 


307 
1,123 


4.00 
1.24 














7,700 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,932 


380,680 
1.477,719 


6 

33 


5,768 
3,732 


1.30 
1.51 














22,371 


1.985 


172,496 


2 


42 


5,750 


1.15 


27,573 


2,441.518 


31 


6,563 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


97,312 


8,071,308 


244 


2,844 


1.21 


117,464 


11.740.689 


51 


3,909 


17,015 


1.00 


32,275 


2,331,315 


52 


§4,317 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


531,130 


48,440,892 


659 


§6,580 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


39,452 


2,323,685 


162 


1,192 


1.70 


58.310 


3,801,249 


29 


1,548 


10,923 


1.53 


5,201 


362,200 


14 


2,082 


1.44 


3,762 


286.575 


6 


111 


3,980 


1.31 


35,423 


2,388,936 


105 


1,923 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,158 


372,083 


10 


2,953 


1.66 


1,271 


44,700 


1 


36 


3,725 


2.84 


20,047 


1,461,610 


89 


1,376 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 



ASee Introduction page 1 53. 



170 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 





Popula- 
tion 


Total 
Customers 


Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1969 


Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 


Municipality 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


fll 

So & 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 

per 
Kwh 




229 

605 

105,906 

1,965 

963 

928 
4.680 

23,966 
9,966 

57,099 

294.625 

2,126 

2,218 

1,476 

10,462 

2,686 

9,995 

xl,792 

§2,900 

§6,100 

957 

515 

1,929 

1,407 

7,686 

4,222 
23,420 
6,148 
6,180 
6,424 

89,144 

654 

694 

1,633 

603 

1,405 
4,965 
935 
1.864 
1,466 


142 

242 

31,795 

544 

338 

285 

1,897 

8,705 

2,963 

16,898 

84,733 

689 

891 

697 

3,969 

951 
3,680 
1,368 

438 
2,103 

351 
184 
808 
589 
2,191 

1.455 
7.844 
2,201 
1,665 
1,839 

28,307 

289 

346 

1,000 

280 

555 
1,495 
409 
475 
487 


kw 

288 

980 

159,201 

1,746 

865 

1,326 
5,356 

29,041 
8,341 

66,884 

326,593 

2,087 

2,584 

2,270 

14,925 

2,994 

13,042 

2,419 

897 

4,267 

1,038 
374 
2,292 
1.779 
6,798 

4,834 

33,620 

7,343 

6,409 

5,857 

77,832 

832 

1,118 

2,795 

1,087 

1,987 
4,046 
1,411 
2,150 
1,595 


$ 

9,183 

21,183 

2,561,123 

63,607 

22,780 

24,752 

139,574 

726,116 

342,701 

1,513,142 

8,309,239 

61,880 

69,082 

60,517 

256,837 

95,004 

303,645 

77,789 

25,168 

152.016 

38.065 
13.552 
58,148 
44,707 
217,709 

142,577 
795.681 
187,540 
129,497 
187,208 

2,172,625 
22,359 
27,479 
75,045 
22,444 

44,952 
130,339 
28,274 
52,835 
49,736 


kwh 

756,200 

1,892,620 

183,490,875 

4,838.635 

1.978,532 

2,234,754 

12.595.650 

54,149,832 

24,457,140 

109,774,408 

676,486,448 

6,007,494 

5,185,220 

5,445,500 

21,307,390 

8,113,448 

25.779.518 

6.653.630 

1,830,245 

11,144,600 

2,658.972 
1.053,760 
5,175.865 
4.312,484 
19,042,145 

12,127,663 
58,030,198 
15,094,300 
10,940,933 
14,391,758 

217,104,134 
1,993,460 
2,511,091 
6,021,388 
2,198,150 

4,086,090 
9,013,455 
2,736,598 
6,188,013 
4,132.690 


125 

202 

28.648 

518 

285 

233 

1,752 

7,765 

2.817 

15,814 

79,591 

604 

748 

570 

3,330 

815 
3,133 
1,221 

341 
1,828 

322 
152 
665 
514 
2,043 

1,333 
6,919 
1,995 
1,434 
1,710 

25,578 
239 
277 
820 
254 

441 
1,365 
366 
421 
444 


kwh 
521 
803 
541 
782 
586 

798 
613 
576 
785 
580 

714 

832 

581 

§769 

§517 

§819 

§653 

461 

464 

510 

705 

578 

§628 

705 

777 

788 
701 
632 
646 
704 

732 
695 
§707 
612 

731 

785 

555 

634 

1,235 

§784 


1.21 


Russell 


1.12 


St. Catharines* 


1.40 


St. Clair Beach* 


1.31 


St. George* 


1.15 


St. Jacobs 


1.11 


St. Marys 

St. Thomas* 


1.11 
1.34 


Sandwich West Twp.* 

Sarnia 


1.40 
1.38 


Scarborough 


1.23 




1.03 


Seaforth*. 


1.33 


Shelburne* 


1.11 


Simcoe* 


1.21 


Sioux Lookout* 


1.17 


Smiths Falls* 


1.18 


Southampton 


1.17 


South Grimsby Twp.* 

fSouth Porcupine 


1.38 
1.36 


South River 


1.43 


Springfield* 


1.29 


Stayner* 


1.12 


Stirling 


1.04 


Stoney Creek 


1.14 


Stouffville 


1.18 


Stratford* 


1.37 


Strathroy 


1.24 


Streetsville 


1.18 


Sturgeon Falls 


1.30 


Sudbury 


1.00 


Sunderland* 


1.12 


Sundridge* 


1.09 


Sutton* 


1.25 


Tara 


1.02 


Tavistock* 


1.10 


Tecumseh* 


1.45 


Teeswater 


1.03 


Terrace Bay Twp. . . 


0.85 


Thamesford* 


1.20 







^Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 174. 
tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 
i Estimated. 
xExcluding summer population; 






Statement C 



171 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Commercial Service 
(including flat- rate water-heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








hly 

jmption 

ustomer 


Av- 
erage 










II 


Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


Cost 






Cus- 


4> C — ffl 


t». Efc .3 

a 9 M 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Aven 
Custc 
Mont 
Load; 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


i 


3,295 


245,300 


17 


1,202 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,414 


702,650 


40 


1,482 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,685,592 


632,814,563 


3,147 


17,094 


0.90 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17,465 


1,574,080 


26 


5,466 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


22.779 


1,678,101 


53 


2,742 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


24,777 


1,712,340 


42 


3,318 


1.45 


10,280 


547,430 


10 


387 


4,562 


1.88 


42,061 


3,008,590 


96 


2,639 


1.40 


79,254 


8,299,839 


49 


2,324 


13,973 


0.95 


979,027 


94,729,359 


940 


10,199 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


53,709 


3,751,760 


146 


2,266 


1.43 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


899,796 


63,787,728 


927 


5,707 


1.41 


1,364,862 


182,655,210 


157 


35,111 


96,643 


0.75 


5,042,703 


396,976,477 


4,325 


7,929 


1.27 


4,983,297 


500,565,878 


817 


118,711 


54,528 


1.00 


46,049 


3,592,860 


85 


3,522 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


73,903 


5,135,030 


143 


2,972 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


31,758 


2,207,510 


127 


§2,090 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


519,759 


48,269,291 


639 


§8,433 


1.08 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


69,678 


5,097,391 


136 


§3,147 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


344,507 


33,695,183 


547 


§7,308 


1.02 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


32,905 


1,879,430 


129 


1,228 


1.75 


28,409 


2,155,345 


18 


784 


10,565 


1.32 


24,599 


1,418,251 


97 


1,225 


1.73 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


80,014 


4,382,600 


268 


1,355 


1.83 


3,969 


277,500 


7 


131 


3,304 


1.43 


13,610 


818,189 


25 


2,727 


1.66 


11,960 


662,393 


4 


241 


12,267 


1.81 


6,916 


460,950 


32 


1,200 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


31,224 


2,471,920 


143 


§1.471 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


19,282 


1,372,362 


62 


1,955 


1.41 


10.756 


976,377 


13 


371 


6,259 


1.10 


103,368 


7,540,267 


119 


5,440 


1.37 


15,013 


1,128,960 


29 


483 


3,136 


1.33 


73,840 


5,310,433 


108 


4,155 


1,39 


23,337 


1,508,318 


14 


730 


9,669 


1.55 


1,227,757 


104,804,000 


925 


9,427 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


84,399 


5,578,210 


154 


3,028 


1.51 


160,578 


11,433,040 


52 


4,205 


17,976 


1.40 


98,714 


7,194,629 


203 


3,005 


1.37 


92,557 


10,298.112 


28 


2,462 


31,207 


0.90 


87,982 


6,039,585 


112 


4,596 


1.46 


12,113 


1,124,964 


17 


249 


5,515 


1.08 


1,340,037 


109,603,605 


2,419 


3,800 


1.22 


297,003 


24,489,115 


310 


9,005 


6,604 


1.21 


13,493 


1,009,734 


50 


1,683 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


20,415 


1,487,238 


69 


§2,838 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


66,687 


4,851,053 


180 


2,246 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


12,191 


915,030 


19 


4,013 


1.33 


16,813 


1,754,000 


7 


400 


20,881 


0.96 


40,907 


3,494,450 


114 


2,554 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


79,642 


6,969,814 


130 


4,417 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


14,263 


960,190 


36 


2,353 


1.49 


23,181 


2,025,790 


7 


679 


24.117 


1.14 


37,055 


2,965,408 


52 


4,752 


1.25 


6,322 


708,000 


2 


164 


29.500 


0.89 


34,878 


3,011,444 


43 


§6,326 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 



ASee Introduction page 153. 



172 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1969 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 




kwh 


398 


491 


280 


635 


538 


643 


506 


569 


147 


660 


99 


658 


2,375 


489 


1,097 


440 


2,391 


533 


9,005 


543 


187,943 


488 


350 


557 


4,361 


653 


545 


§780 


998 


749 


509 


§590 


4,915 


918 


552 


421 


1,320 


741 


3,272 


441 


131 


503 


200 


623 


739 


319 


563 


795 


792 


§464 


7,973 


828 


532 


610 


457 


367 


139 


623 


10,926 


423 


268 


699 


396 


520 


418 


505 


239 


§603 


484 


579 


6,257 


869 


709 


658 


126 


578 


511 


765 


131 


376 



Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury* 

Thorndale 

Thornton* 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

tTimmins (incl. Schumacher) 

Toronto 

Tottenham* 

Trenton 

Tweed* 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill* 

Vaughan Twp* 

Victoria Harbour* 

Walkerton* 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville* 

Warkworth* 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford* 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene* 

Webbwood* 

Welland* 

Wellesley* 

Wellington* 

West Lome 

Westport* 

Wheatley* 

Whitby* 

Wiarton* 

Williamsburg 

Winchester* 

Windermere 



1,020 

699 

1,649 

1,213 

434 

312 

§8,900 

3,623 

6,520 

§33,000 

674.602 

1,123 

14,003 

1,727 
2,872 

1,659 

18,579 

1,087 

4,303 

10,893 

325 

535 

1.424 

2,214 

2,485 

33,258 

1,333 

§1,500 

584 

§41,000 

810 
905 

1,013 
602 

1,607 

23,875 

1,959 

322 

1,517 

xlOl 



450 
309 
593 
605 

157 

120 

2,636 

1,220 

2,739 

10,321 

219,433 

415 
4,734 

675 
1,095 

606 
5,971 

590 
1,603 
3,724 

168 
254 
932 
647 
899 

9,047 

588 

485 

162 

12,168 

325 
499 
475 
306 
586 

6,960 
864 
148 
609 
142 



kw 
1,232 

862 
1,712 
1,778 

348 

336 

7,297 

3,573 

8,820 

23,690 

852.717 

1,011 

21,796 

2,431 

4,084 

1,852 

33,374 

1,127 

6,779 

20,486 

380 

588 

1,141 

2,041 

2.135 

48,587 

2,068 

690 

426 

41,216 

827 
1,011 
1,851 

722 
1,399 

29,401 

2,591 

448 

2,495 

169 



$ 

29,880 
25,483 
55,954 
45,107 
14,554 

8,295 

212,392 

84,968 

175,110 

782,877 

15,668,443 

27,725 

353,469 

53,094 

103,422 

39,787 
667,311 

37,828 
134,541 
226,916 

10,113 
19,784 
47,598 
65,925 
64,957 

949,380 
41,568 
26,792 
14,662 

849,600 

27,119 
26,602 
31,052 
20,132 
43,351 

761,600 

61,196 

9,190 

49,680 

8,619 



kwh 

2,354,025 

2,120,810 

4,117,122 

3,418,530 

1,160,170 

742,674 

13,977.278 

6,116,420 

15,199,488 

58,330,198 

1,099,931,047 

2,339,390 

34,722,044 

5,241,110 

8,799,856 

3,775,174 
52,062,289 

2,767,770 
11,739,134 
17,252,910 

781,430 
1,475,510 
2,858,320 
5,340,230 
4,581,313 

77,597,859 
3,841,134 
1,993,140 
1,005,345 

55,146,276 

2,211,647 
2,445,274 
2,511,250 
1,851,080 
3,353,520 

64,257,933 

5,576,600 

866,512 

4,587,853 

586,480 



-^Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. See note on page 1 74. 

tRetail service provided by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

^Estimated. 

xExcluding summer population. 



Statement C 



173 



AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Commercial Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 


Industrial Power Service 








ll 

n O 


Av- 
erage 












Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


?*. &> a 

— a w 


Cost 






Cus- 


8» c — ffl 


?». o< 2 

- g «5 

•B. 5 3 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 

Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Aven 
Custc 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
KwhA 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


£ 


14,323 


1,008,556 


36 


2,472 


1.42 


23,364 


1,024,980 


16 


864 


5,177 


2.28 


6,235 


347,450 


21 


1,317 


1.79 


8,784 


589,394 


8 


235 


5,778 


1.49 


32,167 


2,041,646 


48 


3,659 


1.58 


8,817 


547,577 


7 


190 


6,519 


1.61 


52,666 


3,702,050 


99 


3,101 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,754 


133,337 


7 


1,587 


1.32 


2,139 


75,320 


3 


91 


2,092 


2.84 


3,317 


233,010 


21 


947 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


93,712 


5,465,277 


220 


2,065 


1.71 


157,576 


16,766,853 


41 


4,273 


34,500 


0.94 


53,934 


3,721,290 


100 


3,164 


1.45 


83,016 


5,109,280 


23 


2,702 


19,353 


1.62 


173,544 


12,945,291 


300 


3,608 


1.34 


98,232 


8,056,054 


48 


2,856 


14,133 


1.22 


504,875 


32,550,736 


1,283 


2,120 


1.55 


52,077 


3,668,500 


33 


1,361 


9,705 


1.42 


12,173,866 


830,595,570 


24,095 


2,873 


1.47 


28,184,225 


2,859,892,453 


7,395 


600,952 


32,228 


0.99 


12,151 


791,230 


65 


1,014 


1.54 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


189,466 


15,730,647 


329 


3,991 


1.20 


534,131 


68,139,876 


44 


13,101 


132,054 


0.78 


56,142 


4,560,647 


130 


§3,228 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


51,024 


3,431,045 


74 


3,971 


1.49 


74,042 


4,831,347 


23 


2,024 


16,104 


1.53 


24,166 


1,719,914 


97 


§2,275 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,081,337 


103,958,611 


1,056 


7,826 


1.04 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17,438 


1,180,670 


38 


2,733 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


191,244 


16,954,475 


283 


4,992 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


133,108 


10,530,170 


341 


2,619 


1.26 


808,845 


83,968,090 


111 


19,643 


62,756 


0.96 


7,779 


488,480 


37 


1,031 


1.59 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,399 


588,700 


54 


892 


1.60 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


44,679 


2,375,930 


192 


1,042 


1.88 


317 


10,960 


1 


9 


913 


2.89 


36,901 


2,644,100 


67 


3,338 


1.40 


8,065 


507,420 


17 


223 


2,487 


1.59 


71,100 


4,540,505 


107 


§5,380 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


665,248 


49,677,951 


996 


4,413 


1.34 


1,200,385 


116,665,332 


78 


25,187 


111,110 


1.03 


17,723 


1,178,758 


42 


2,284 


1.50 


53,120 


4,768,579 


14 


1,466 


29,436 


1.11 


5,627 


385,110 


28 


1,146 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,852 


416,140 


23 


1,445 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,694,316 


154,395,356 


1,242 


10,426 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


11,336 


701,106 


57 


1,034 


1.62 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17,616 


1,560,767 


103 


1,281 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


14,471 


936,700 


44 


1,754 


1.54 


46,381 


3,374,340 


13 


1,226 


22,496 


1.37 


13,067 


1,006,047 


67 


§1,728 


1.30 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


34,343 


2,304,495 


102 


1,892 


1.49 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


766,245 


76,270,461 


703 


9,172 


1.00 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


56,336 


4,322,444 


155 


2,331 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,803 


481,130 


21 


1,909 


1.41 


238 


16,060 


1 


6 


1,338 


1.48 


74,968 


8,013,192 


98 


6,515 


0.94 




* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,837 


292,839 


11 


2,218 


1.65 





























ASee Introduction page 153. 



174 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 
for the Year Ended 













Residential Service 




Popula- 


Total 


Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 


(including flat-rate water-heaters ) 


Municipality 






Cus- 


hly 

jmption 

ustomer 


Av- 
erage 
Cost 




tion 


Customers 


1969 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Monl 
Cons 
per C 


per 
Kwh 








kw 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


Windsor* 


199,772 


60,779 


209,491 


4,729,125 


315,603,500 


54,250 


487 


1.50 




2,931 


1,211 


4,626 


94,616 


10,347,693 


1,086 


804 


91 




2,453 


825 


3,248 


72,637 


7,258,712 


759 


805 


1.00 


Woodstock* 


24,912 


8,382 


35,772 


777,116 


61,143,697 


7,410 


693 


1.27 


Woodville* 


431 


202 


480 


13,046 


1,166,380 


167 


587 


1.12 


Wyoming 


1,168 


452 


1,252 


29,719 


2,423,840 


411 


504 


1.23 


York* 


139,716 


44,869 


112,498 


2,690,426 


258,056,366 


40,709 


522 


1.04 


Zurich 


732 


332 


850 


26,837 


2,126,990 


268 


670 


1.26 







§Estimated. 

*Municipalities so indicated have general rate in effect. Statistics for former small commercial, commercial, and 
industrial power service are combined. For most of the municipalities where the rate was introduced during 1969, 
average monthly consumption for residential and general-rate service has been estimated. This provides more ap- 
propriate figures than would result from using the average of the 1968 and 1969 year-end numbers of customers in 
the calculation. 

NOTE 

December peak loads — When the figure shown is in bold face, local generation and/or local purchases of power have 
been included together with the load supplied by Ontario Hydro. 









AND CONSUMPTION 
December 31, 1969 



Statement C 



175 





Commercial Service 












(including flat-rate water-heaters) 






Industrial Power Service 












11 


Av- 
erage 








vt 1 


hly 

imption 

ustomer 


Av- 
erage 






Cus- 


— P to 
•C 5 3 


Cost 






Cus- 


alt? 


Cost 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


per 
Kwh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Averc 
Custc 
Mont 
Loads 


Mont 
Const 
perC 


per 
Kwh A 


$ 


kwh 




kwh 


i 


$ 


kwh 




kw 


kwh 


t 


7,470,494 


739,813,250 


6,529 


9,502 


1.01 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


53,997 


4,404,302 


89 


4,124 


1.23 


63,368 


6,134,652 


36 


1.964 


14,400 


1.03 


29,751 


2,391,155 


56 


3,590 


1.24 


46,242 


5,186,312 


10 


1,192 


41,161 


0.89 


1,257,995 


122,351,891 


972 


10,538 


1.03 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,922 


334,250 


35 


796 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,323 


1,123,080 


34 


2,753 


1.45 


13,583 


799,880 


7 


390 


9,522 


1.70 


3,529,682 


360,892,502 


4,160 


7,195 


0.98 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


14,782 


697,426 


58 


985 


2.12 


4,681 


287,530 


6 


99 


3,993 


1.63 



ASee Introduction page 153. 



176 



Index 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



A.M.E.U 


. — Association of Municipal 




Electrical Utilities 


C.L.C. 


— Canadian Labour Congress 


ehv 


— extra-high-voltage 


G.S. 


- — Generating Station 


hp 


— horsepower 


kv 


— kilo volt (s) 


leva 


— ki lovolt-am pere (s) 


kwh 


— kilowatt-hour (s) 


M.E.U. 


— Municipal Electrical Utilities 



min — minimum 

— minute (20-min) 

mw — megawatt 

N.P.D. — Nuclear Power Demonstration 

O.M.E.A. — Ontario Municipal Electric 
Association 

S.S. — Switching Station 

T.S. — Transformer Station 

Twp. — Township 



INDEX 

In the index, all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type. No references are given 
for the alphabetically arranged listings of municipalities either in the Commission's financial 
statements or in Statements A, B, and C. 



Abitibi Canyon G.S 44 

—Paper Co. Ltd 45 

—River . 8 

Accident prevention 40, 42 

— frequency rate 40 

— severity rate 40 

Accidents, fatal, number of 42 

Accounting procedure for M.E.U 101 

Acres, H.G. Co. Ltd 33 

Addiction to alcohol and drugs 40 

Adjustments, debit or credit, in cost 

of power 28, 58-77, 102-151 

Administrative expense 16 

Advances from the Province 57 

Advisory commissions 1 

Agincourt T.S 35 

Agriculture, Department of 13 

Aguasabon G.S 45 

Air pollution 36 

Air-quality control iv 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction 

Research Foundation 40 

Algoma District 2 

All-electric buildings 27 

—service > 29, 87 

Allied Construction Council 39 

American Falls at Niagara 8 

Amortization of frequency 

standardizat-'on cost 25 

Annexations by municipalities 29 

Annual Summary 4,5 

Apartment buildings 27 

Area offices, number of 86 

Asbestosis prevention 40 

Assets of the Commission 4, 5, 20 

see also Financial Statements 

—fixed, of the M.E.U 98, 100, 102-151 

—total of the M.E.U 98 

Assistance for rural construction, 

Provincial 21, 25 

— to agriculture 2 

Association of Municipal Electrical 

Utilities v 

Atomic Energy Commission, 

United States 11 

— Energy of Canada Limited 11, 25, 45 

Aubrey Falls G.S iii, 4, 7, 18, 32, 33, 44 



Audit of municipal utilities accounts 101 

Average consumption per customer 

see Consumption 
Average cost per kwh 

see Cost 



B 



Balance sheet, Commission 20, 21 

— sheets, municipal 102-151 

Bargaining, collective 38, 40 

Barrett Chute G.S 33,44 

Beck, Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 1 12, 44 

— Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 2 44 

Pumping-Generating Station 44 

Bio-assay service at N.P.D 40 

Biological methods for brush control 13 

Bonds issued by the Commission 55, 56 

see also Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

— maturing within five years 25 

Books of account of M.E.U 101 

Bowmanville 27 

Bricklayers', Masons' and Plasterers' 

International Union 39 

Brock University 27 

Bruce G.S iv, 4, 11, 18, 34 



Cameron Falls G.S 12, 45 

Canada Pension Plan 42 

Canadian General Electric 

Company Limited 11 

■ — Niagara Power Company 45 

— Union of Operating Engineers 39 

— Union of Public Employees 38 

Capacity added in 1969 iii, 4 

— added, installed 32 

— dependable, of hydraulic resources. .44, 45 

—dependable peak 3,4, 5, 44-47 

defined 43 

sources of purchased power. .- 45 

— of combustion-turbines installed .... 44, 45 

— of Commission resources 7, 44-47 

—to be added 1970-1978 32 



Index 



177 



Capital construction program 34, 35 

— expenditures v 

— investment 

see Financial Statements 

—investment of the M.E.U 102-151 

Cardinal 12 

Caribou Falls 45 

Central Region 2, 89, 92 

Chats Falls G.S 44 

Chemical brush control 13, 14 

Chenaux G.S 44 

Classes of rural service defined 86, 87 

Closed-circuit television for training 13 

Closed shop 39 

Coal burned at thermal-electric stations. . . 14 

— receipts in 1969 14 

— supply situation 14 

Cochrane District 2 

Collective agreements 39 

Colleges of applied arts and technology ... 38 

Combustion baskets, smokeless 13 

Combustion-turbine units 12, 13 

Commercial service 

M.E.U 100 

rural 93 

Commissioners 1 

Commission-owned distribution 

facilities 52, 53 

Communications 12 

COMPEC 27 

Conciliation procedures 38 

Conductor stringing by helicopter 13 

Confederation College 27 

Conference and Development Centre 37 

Consolidation of rural areas 29 

Construction craft unions 39 

—program 34 

Consumers Power Company 9 

Consumption, average per customer. . . 93, 96 

farm service 29, 93 

industrial power service 93, 96 

municipal service 96 

rural service 93, 94 

Consumption of energy 

direct customers 29, 49 

municipalities 28, 48 

rural 49 

Contractors at construction sites 39 

Control 12 

Co-operative Marketing Program for 

Electric Commissions 27 

Cost allocated to customers 19, 77 

— average per kwh 

municipal systems 96 

rural service 93, 94 

—of fuel 16 

— of operation 19 

— of power supply to M.E.U. defined 28 

— of primary power 19, 77 

adjustments, annual 19, 77 

statement of 58,77 

— of providing service 16, 19, 77 

— of purchased power 19 

see also Financial Statements, cost 

Costing load of the municipalities 58-77 

Costs of the Commission 19 

see also Financial Statements, cost 
CUPE 

see Canadian Union of Public 
Employees 



Customers 

direct 1,16,26,29 

number of 26 

direct 26,29 

farm 26, 89-94 

municipal 102, 103 

retail 26 

rural 30, 89-94 

served by M.E.U 26, 103, 151 

special 26 

ultimate served 26 

number served in urban 

communities 26, 95 

D 

Damage by gunfire 13 

Debt, debentures, M.E.U 102-151 

— from borrowings 17, 18, 21 

— long-term of the Commission 

see Financial Statements, liabilities 
—of the M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities 

— payable in U.S. funds 56 

— retirement 24, 56 

DeCew Falls G.S 44 

Department of Agriculture 13 

— of Lands and Forests 13 

Dependable peak capacity 4, 5 

of East System 46 

of West System 47 

Depreciation, accumulated 
Commission 

see Financial Statements 
M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities 

— provision for 17, 19, 20, 24 

Description of main classes of rural 

service 86 

Des Joachims G.S 44 

Detroit Edison Company 9, 45 

Deutsch Marks — borrowing in 18 

Direct customers 

see Customers, direct 

Disputes, labour 7, 39 

Distribution facilities, Commission- 
owned 52 

Diversity in stream flows 43, 44, 45 

— seasonal 10 

Douglas Point Nuclear Power 

Station. 11, 34 

Drug addiction 40 

Dust inhalation 40 

E 

East System iii, 2, 9, 12, 35, 92 

Eastern Region 2,90,92 

East- West tie-line 13, 35 

Electric heating 27 

Electrical Modernization Plan 27 

Employees, number of 4, 5, 37 

Energy consumption, see Consumption 
— delivered by Commission to 

M.E.U 28,47,48 

— delivered to interconnected systems. 47, 49 
— generated and purchased. . . .4, 5, 8, 45, 46 
— primary, delivered to interconnected 

utilities 47,49 

— produced by hydro-electric 

generating stations 44, 45 



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Index 



Energy 

— produced by thermal-electric units. .44, 45 

— production for commercial 

load 4, 5 45,46, 

— purchased 45, 47 

by M.E.U 47,48 

— sales 2 

to direct customers 47, 49 

—supplied 4, 5,47, 48, 49 

to direct industrial 

customers 29, 47, 49 

to interconnected systems 47, 49 

to M.E.U 47,48 

to retail customers 47, 49 

Environment health situations 40 

— improvement iv 

Environmental conditions iii, 14 

Equities accumulated through debt 

retirement charges and 

interest 21, 100, 102-151 

Equity, return on 76 

Erosion at generating stations 12 

Essex County 27 

Evaluation of the Pension Fund 42 

— of trades jobs, report of study 

committee 38 

Executive Council of Federation of 

Construction Associations 40 

— Council of the Province of Ontario 1 

Expansion of Conference and 

Development Centre 37 

Expenditures on fixed assets 17, 5 J 

see also Financial Statements, 
assets fixed 
Expense of the M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical 
utilities, expense 
Export of power 17 



Farm customers, see Customers 

— service 48 

defined 86 

rates 88 

— services, number of 89-92 

Fatal accidents to employees in 1969 42 

Financial features of the Commission 2 

— operations of M.E.U 102-151 

— Statements — 

advances from the province 21, 57 

assets 20 

assets, fixed 20, 52, 53 

assistance, provincial 20, 21 

balance sheet 20, 21 

bonds payable 21, 55, 56 

capital 21 

cost of power 19, 58-77 

— of providing service 19, 58-77 

depreciation 19, 20, 24, 54 

frequency standardization . 19, 23, 24, 54 
funded debt, see bonds payable 

liabilities 21 

operations, financial, statement of . . . .19 

pension and insurance fund 41 

reserve provision 19 

revenue 10 

sinking fund equity 21,23 

stabilization of rates 22,23 

First-aid training 40 

Fixed assets, investment in 

M.E.U 100, 102-151 



Fleming, Sir Sandford, College 27 

Flue-gas desulphurization research 36 

Foremen, union membership for 39 

Forestry 13 

Frequency rate of lost-time accidents 40 

— standardization 2, 19, 20, 24, 25, 77 

see also Financial Statements 

assessments 76 

— trend relays 12 

Fuel bundles delivered to Pickering G.S. . .33 

Fuelling machines \\ 

at N.P.D jo 



General rate 96, 98, 152-177 

revenue of M.E.U 96, 100 

—service 152-177 

Generating capacity added iii, 46, 47 

— stations 44, 45 

see also individual listings 

see also Financial Statements — assets 

Generation development 34, 35 

Georgian Bay Region 2, 91, 92 

Great Britain 27 

Great Lakes Power Corporation 9, 45 

Grievance disputes 39 

Growth in power demands T 

Guide to the Report 5 

H 

Hamilton-Toronto area 34 

Harmon G.S 44 

Hazards in the work environment 40 

Health physicists 40 

— regulations 14 

Hearn, Richard L., G.S 11, 39, 44 

Heat rate 11, 12 

Heating, electric 152-177 

Heavy water 10, IF 

Helicopters 13 

High-voltage network 34 

Holden, Otto, G.S 44 

Horsehoe Falls at Niagara 8 

Hotel, Restaurant, and Bartenders' 

International Union 39 

House heating 152-177 

Hydro-electric capacity to be added 34 

■ — energy generated 44, 45, 46 

— generating 

stations . . . 8, 17, 18, 32, 33, 44, 45> 

— Power Commission, defined 1 

■ — production 44, 45 

■ — resources 44, 45 

Hydro-Quebec Power Commission 45' 



Improvement in appearance of 

transmission lines 36- 

— in communications 31 

— in roads 31 

Income, net, of M.E.U 102-151 

see also Municipal electrical 
utilities, revenue 
Increase in debentures outstanding 

for M.E.U 10C 

— in miles of rural line 30 

— in power requirements during 1969. .46, 47 

India 11 

Indiana 9 



, 



Index 



179 



Industrial customers, see Customers 

direct industrial 
—power service 48,49,93,94 

M.E.U 96, 100, 152-177 

rural 93, 94 

I Inflation iii 

Inhalation of dust 40 

I Inhibitors to growth 14 

Injury frequency rate 40 

— severity rate 40 

Innovation, technical iv 

Inspection activities 31 

— of transmission lines 13 

Insurance fund 41, 42 

Interconnected utilities 9, 10, 47, 49 

Interconnection East-West Systems. . .13, 35 

Interest cost 25 

— rates 16 

Interim billing 59-77 

-rates to municipalities 2, 59-77 

International Brotherhood of 

Electrical Workers 39 

: Interruptible load 46 

Investment of M.E.U. in fixed 

assets 102-151 

see also Municipal electrical 
utilities 
Investments, value of Commission-owned . 25 
Iron powder, moulding-grade 29 

J 
J. Clark Keith G.S. 

see Keith, J. Clark, G.S. 
Jurisdictional disputes 39 

K 

Keith, J. Clark, G.S 11, 39, 44 

' Kincardine 34 

• Kingston iv, 4 

Kipling G.S 44 

Kleinburg T.S 34 



Labour Bureau of Federation of 

Construction Associations 40 

— difficulties 14 

— disputes iii 

i — relations 38 

1 Lake Erie 9 

Lake St. Lawrence 12 

: Lakeview G.S 11, 44 

Lambton G.S iii, iv, 4,7,11, 14, 1 7, 

25, 32, 33, 34, 44 

' Lands and Forests, Department of 13 

* Legislature of Ontario 1 

Lennox G.S iv, 4, 14, 34 

Liabilities, long-term 

see Financial Statements 

Lieutenant-Governor in Council 1 

Limestone injection process for 

sulphur-dioxide removal 36 

Line construction training 37 

—maintenance 13 

Linemen training 38 

Little Long G.S 12, 44 

Load cut under interruptible contracts. . . .46 

i Long-term debt 21 

see also Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

of M.E.U 100, 102-151 

Lower Notch G.S 18, 33, 34 



M 



Maclaren-Quebec Power Company 45 

Madawaska River iii, 4, 32, 33 

Maintenance 12 

expense. . 16 

Management identification and 

development program 38 

— training 38 

Manby, A.W., T.S 13 

Manitoba 8 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board 45 

Manitou Falls G.S 45 

Marathon 9 

Margin of reserve capacity 46, 47 

— of net income 100 

Marketing program 27 

Mattagami River 12, 32 

Mechanical maintenance 12 

Mechanized equipment 31 

Medical plan administration 39 

— services 40 

Metropolitan Toronto 13 

School Board 27 

Michigan 9 

Microwave network 12 

Mine disasters 14 

Miscellaneous revenue of M.E.U 100 

Mississagi River iii, 4, 18, 32, 33 

Modular construction 27, 31 

Montreal River 18, 33 

Motor vehicle accident frequency rate. . . .42 

Mountain Chute G.S 33,44 

Municipal distribution systems 102-177 

— electrical utilities v, 1, 2, 26, 28, 

38, 95, 99, 102-177 

accounts 102-151 

assets, fixed, at cost 102-151 

commercial service 96, 97, 152-177 

cost, average per kwh . . . 96, 97, 152-177 

cost contract 26, 102-151 

cost of power 58-77 

customers served 4, 5, 96, 102-151 

debt..... 102-151 

depreciation 102-151 

energy consumption 47, 48, 96 

—supplied 28, 58-77 

equity in Ontario Hydro 

systems 102-151 

expense 100, 102-151 

financial operations 102-151 

income, see revenue 

industrial power service 96, 152-177 

net income 100, 102-151 

power supplied 28, 58-77, 152-177 

rates, interim 59-77 

residential service 96, 152-176 

revenue 102-151 

— systems, number of 26 

Municipalities 102-177 



N 

Nanticoke G.S iv, 4, 18, 32, 34 

Net revenue of M.E.U 100, 102-151 

New York 9 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation 45 

—Region 2,89,92 

—River 8 

Nipigon River 12 

Nobel, training centre at ^7 

Norfolk Countv ■ 27 



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Index 



North America 12, 14 

Northeastern Region 2, 91, 92 

Northwestern Region 2, 92 

Nova Scotia 11 

Nuclear electric facilities 32 

— operations 10 

— Power Demonstration 10, 11, 40, 44 

— Training Centre 11 

Number of employees, average 4, 5, 37 

— of rural customers served. . . .89-92, 93, 94 
— of ultimate customers served 26 



Ohio 9 

O.M.E.A. see Ontario Municipal 

Electric Association 

Ontario Court of Appeal 39 

— Federation of Construction 

Associations 40 

— Health Services Insurance Plan 39 

—Hydro 1969 5 

— Hydro Employees Union 38, 39 

— Labour Relations Board 39, 40 

— Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company 

Limited 45 

— Municipal Electric Association v 

— Province of 1,9 

—Power G.S 44 

Operating expenses 16 

Operations, statement of 

Commission 19 

see also Financial Statements 
municipal 102-151 

see also Municipal electrial utilities 

Orangeville 37 

Ottawa River 8, 10 

■ — Valley Power Company 45 

Otter Rapids G.S 44 

Output of hydro-electric stations 44, 45 



Pakistan 11 

Parry Sound 13, 37 

PASNY, See Power Authority of the 

State of New York 
Peak load of direct industrial customers. .29 

—load of M.E.U 28 

Pension and Insurance Fund 41, 42 

—Benefits Act 1965 42 

— plan, bargaining with union 38 

— regulations 42 

Peterborough 27 

Pickering G.S iv, 4, 11, 14, 17, 

25, 33, 34, 40 

Pine Portage G.S . 45 

Planning boards, municipal iv 

Pollution iv, v, 36 

Polypropylene fibre 29 

Porcupine T.S 34 

Port Dover 34 

— Hawkesbury 11 

Power Authority of the State of 

New York 45 

— Commission Act 1, 2, 100 

— development program 34, 35 

— produced for commercial load 44, 45 

—purchased 3, 8, 45, 47 

— requirements 46, 47 

—resources 44, 46, 47 

— supply 1 

Program of capital construction 34, 35 



Progress on power developments 33 

Property acquisition iv 

Protection 12 

Prototype equipment iii, iv, 11 

Province of Ontario 1, 25 

Provincial advances 21, 57 

— Legislature 1 

Provision for depreciation 54 

— for reserve for stabilization of 

rates and contingencies 19, 22, 23 

Public Utilities Act 2 

Purchased energy 46 

Q 

Quality-assurance program 

Quebec 8 

Hydro-Electric Commission 

R 

Radiation protection 40 

Radio control of mechanized equipment . . .31 

Radiological bio-assay service 40 

Radio-nuclides 40 

Rajasthan Atomic Power Project 11 

Rate increases : 16 

— stabilization reserve v, 22, 23, 77 

Rates iv 

farm 88 

for power interchange 9 

interest iv 

interim 58-77 

retail 98 

rural 88 

Rayner, George W., G.S 44 

Rebates to municipalities 59-77 

Red Rock Falls G.S. . 44 

Refunds to municipalities 

see Rebates 
Refusal of overtime work by employees. . .38 

Relaying 12 

Replacement of wood poles by 

helicopter 13 

Requirements — energy 7, 47 

- — of direct customers 47, 49 

— peak iii, 7 

— power 4, 5, 46, 47 

— primary energy 47 

Rescue operations 13 

Research and testing activities 36 

— program on control of air pollution 36 

Reserve capacity 46, 47 

— for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 18, 24, 25, 7't 

see also Financial Statements, 
reserve provision 

Reserves of power 46, 47 

Residential service 48 

municipal systems 96, 97 

revenue of M.E.U 100 

rural 87, 88, 93, 94 

Resources 3, 4, 5, 44, 45, 46 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 

hydro-electric 44,45 

thermal-electric 44,45 

Retail customers 16, 26 

— distribution facilities 52 

— distribution of electricity 96,97 

— rates 2, 88 

—service 2,95, 96,97 

by Commission 26 

by M.E.U 95, 151-177 






Index 



181 



Revenue — of the Commission 4, 5, JO 

from direct customers 19, 58-77 

from export of secondary energy 25 

from M.E.U 19,96 

from retail customers 19, 96 

from rural customers 93, 94 

from sales of power and energv. .4, 16, 19 

—of M.E.U '100, 102-151 

Richard L. Hearn G.S. 

see Hearn, Richard L., G.S. 

Revised rates for power interchange 9 

Revision to electrical code 31 

Rights of way, economical use of 36 

Robarts, John P iii 

Rolphton 10 

Rotating strike . . . 38, 39 

Rural assistance, Provincial 21 

— customers, number of 30, 89-94 

— distribution facilities 89-92 

—electrical service. 29, 30, 89-94 

— energy consumption 48, 49 

— Hydro-Electric Distribution Act 2 

— rate structure 87 

—rates 88 

— residential service 93, 94 

defined. . 87 

— residential intermittent occupancy 

service defined 87 



Safety regulations 14, 31 

St. Isidore T.S 35 

St. John Ambulance certificate 40 

St. Lawrence River 8 

Sales of energy 2, 48, 49 

— of secondary energy 4 

Sarnia iii, 33 

Sault Ste. Marie iii 

Saunders, Robert H., 

St. Lawrence G.S 12, 44 

Savannah River Plant 11 

School building 31 

Secondary energy 19, 46, 47, 49 

revenue 17 

sales 49 

Service corridors iv 

Services to customers 31 

Silver Falls G.S 45 

Sinking fund — of the Commission 22 

see also Financial Statements 

—fund of M.E.U 100 

— fund provision 19, 22, 24 

Sir Sanford Fleming College 27 

Spraying right of way 13 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

reserve 2, 22 

Stack emissions iv 

Staff statistics 4, 5,31 

Standard accounting system for 

M.E.U 101 

Statistics on staff 4, 5 

Statutes of Ontario 1 

Sterilization of soil 14 

Stewartville G.S iii, 4, 7, 32, 33, 44 

Stream flows 8 



Street lighting revenue of M.E.U 100 

Strike iii, v , 38 

Strikes, illegal 39, 40 

Sudbury 13 

Sulphur dioxide, removal from flue gases. .36 
— removal from coal before combustion ... 36 

Supervisory training 38 

Supply 14 

T 

Technologists 38 

Telemetering 12 

Thermal-electric additional capacity 

planned 34 

— energy generated 44, 45, 46 

— generating stations. .. 8, 11, 16, 17, 32, 33, 
36, 40, 44, 45, 52, 53 

— resources 44, 45 

Thunder Bay 27 

District 2 

G.S 45 

Timmins 34 

Toronto 35, 40 

Power G.S 44 

Transfer from reserve to 

offset costs 19,23,77 

Transformer stations 34 

Transmission lines 34, 36, 50 

miles in service 4, 5, 35, 50 

Tree nursery 14 

Trent University 27 



U 



Union control over employment 

procedures 39 

— membership for foremen 39 

United States 17, 36 

Government 14 

Army Corps of Engineers 8 

Atomic Energy Commission 11 

W 

Water resources iv 

Wawa 9 

Wells G.S 4, 18, 33,34 

West German currencv bonds 18 

West System iii, 2, 9, 35, 92 

Western Europe 27 

Western Region 2,89,92 

Wet-scrubbing process for removal 

of sulphur dioxide 36 

Whitedog Falls G.S 45 

Windsor-Lauzon T.S 35 

Withdrawals from Reserve for 

Stabilization of Rates and 

Contingencies 22, 23, 24 

Work-to-rule tactics of union 38 

Y 

Year-round residential service 93,94 



di 



:T. APR 7 1972